Monday, November 4, 2013

Quite possibly the best metaphor for ObamaCare, yet

Ed Driscoll: "like a piñata stuffed to the brim with fail".


Cris said...

Might I offer Mark Steyn's:

Most developed nations have a public health-care system and a private health-care system — of variable quality, to be sure, but all of them far simpler to navigate than America's endlessly mutating fusion of the worst of both worlds. Obamacare stitches together the rear ends of two pantomime horses and attempts to ride it to the sunlit uplands.
Steyn Online

Paco said...

Exceptionally well put.

bruce said...

I remember Obama's 1st election campaign, he said, 'I don't want business to be all upside and no downside'. It reminded me of schoolteacher friends who imagine that shopkeepers who open long hours (just to survive and pay the rent) are 'raking in the money'. These people just have no idea at all - that running a business is a constant struggle against failure.

RebeccaH said...

I hope the Republicans don't blow this opportunity. A faint hope, I know, but still.