Obamacare Bumbling: The Fruit of Supreme Arrogance

Never in the five years I’ve been writing this blog have I come across an issue that has generated so many excellent political cartoons all at once. Yes, I’m talking about Obamacare—its failed rollout, the lies told about it, and the attempt to pretend those weren’t lies at all. Let’s begin with the shock many individuals and families have felt over the program itself:

Better Coverage

Broader Benefits

Burp

This has led many to respond somewhat bitterly:

Exchange Open

Let’s be honest. If we were to do a comparison with genuinely private insurance options, Obamacare doesn’t look very promising:

Comparison

Yet despite the ill treatment, true Obamaphiles still don’t see the light:

Call Me

Then there’s the near-total incompetence of the know-it-alls in the administration:

Didn't See

The president’s attempts at rewriting his rhetorical history have been particularly awkward:

Period

I Never Said

Crummy Minority

I have to admit I find all this bumbling rather entertaining. It’s the appropriate comeuppance that should follow closely after supreme arrogance. May it lead to an overturning of one of the most damaging laws ever passed by a foolish Congress.