Fooling Fewer of the People All the Time

I think it’s appropriate to end this work week with another look at the “victory” of Obamacare touted from the White House earlier. As I noted a couple days ago, that victory is loaded with unanswered questions. I’m happy to see that others are doubting its validity as well, particularly as the problems with the law continue to mount.

Here are two cartoonists that “get it”:


What Success Looks Like

The administration wants us to trust its statements about Obamacare. On what basis should we trust anything coming from that source? How credible is it? Let’s review the history:

Trust Me

Abraham Lincoln didn’t really make the following statement (although it is widely attributed to him), but whoever may have made it would certainly approve of its application in our current circumstance: You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.

Notice to the Obama administration: you are fooling fewer of the people all the time.