House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has pretty much been in love with Obamacare since the moment the tome was slammed down on her desk, despite not being able to tell you a single thing that was in it.Yes, the whole idea of the government slowly but surely taking over health care and mutating into a single-payer system is an infatuation for many like Pelosi, and this bill was one of the first steps in that direction, which is one reason she fought so hard to make sure it passed and why she’s dedicating so much time to ensuring it doesn’t get chucked.
Recently, Pelosi took to Twitter to ask folks to share their experiences with the Affordable Care Act as a means of showing why the legislation needs to be protected.It totally backfired, and it’s awesome.
According to The Washington Free Beacon, Last week Republicans released their new health care plan intended to replaced the Affordable Care Act. Democrats have been gearing up to fight back against the new plan and plan to make health care a 2018 mid-term election issue.
Pelosi tweeted out a link to the White House website, asking her followers to share their experience with the Affordable Care Act.
Pelosi wanted feedback on why Democrats must protect Obamacare, but she did not get the answers she was looking for.
— Parisa (@fatimaparisa_) March 14, 2017
— K.R. Lombardia (@krbulldog) March 14, 2017
— Robert Schnaible (@RobertSchnaible) March 14, 2017
— Tatiana Wright (@twright55) March 14, 2017
— Lisa-Renee (@lovinghappylife) March 14, 2017
— KimmerJo (@Kimmerjo64) March 14, 2017
If you really want to torture yourself, take a moment and click on those tweets and read the responses. You’ll never see a more glaring example of the stupidity of the modern American liberal.
Take a couple of aspirin beforehand if you do.
Obamacare, as clearly illustrated by the tweets above, is a total and utter disaster that has destroyed businesses and has left many folks who are in dire need of help up a creek without a paddle.
The truth is, only the free market can solve the crisis we have in this country by increasing competition and driving down costs.
Until we all accept that, we’re never going to get the ideal system that will help the most people.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]