Saturday, June 30, 2012

What were we tweeting (yesterday)?





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A continuation of a running series reflecting on what was on our mind when it came to social media.


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Oh boy. First day after ObamaCare Obamatax SCOTUS decision was rendered and things were highly active. Some of our thoughts as transmitted on Twitter:



Tweet: Socializing the cost and privtzng the profits. How did left get bckd into bizarro world corner that they support wht they despise?

Seriously. The left needs to explain to us just why it is they fought tooth and nail for a completely illiberal piece of legislation that was written by the lobbyists of Big Health behind closed doors and which will only serve to lock-in the already unholy alliance between the government and the health insurance industry while lining the pockets of the health insurance companies.



Tweet: #Obamatax silver linings? That's akin to being re-assured by O's signing statement on detentions and wacks in #ADAA.

There's some wishful thinking amongst some conservative circles out there that Robert's was going long game by clipping the powers by which Congress could wield the commerce clause to do its bidding. Mmmm... not buying it. We had to have this battle to win the War. Oh, we may still win but this was akin to getting repelled at Normandy. In that context, we just tacked on 3-4 more years and 100,000 or more lives.

And like Obama's reassurances that he won't indefinitely detain Americans without due cause nor assassinate Americans without due process because he issued a signing statement or something... it doesn't matter. Obamacare Obamatax is the law of the land and no long-term strategery regarding the flippin' commerce clause is going to change that fact.



Tweet: After Thursday, we're obligated to know what you are doing and who you are doing it with. #Obamatax

Sorry, gang. Now that we have skin in everybody else's game, we're all nanny-staters now. On the upside, we cannot imagine how much fun it's going to be being such insufferable cranks to our liberal friends who smoke. Cannot. Wait. Starting. Today.


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2 comments:

Doo Doo Econ said...

I considered making a website for people to report unhealthy activity, but I imagine it is already in the works.

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