O-bots and low-information voters are in deep denial; let’s not let this Obamacare crisis go to waste!

by 1389 on November 2, 2013

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Obama website contractors designed the White House pumpkins
This administration could even screw up Hallowe’en!

Deep denial:

“Obamacare Website Has Never Crashed, It’s Functional”: Kathleen Sebelius – Fox News – 10-30-13


Published on Oct 30, 2013 by RightSightings

Joseph Pitts (R-PA) asks Kathleen Sebelius to explain why features of the Obamacare website didn’t allow for users to peruse cost options for various health care plans.

Educate, educate, educate!

In The Edification of the Low-Information Voter, Scott Mayer offers humorous ideas on how use this window of opportunity to reach at least some of these dupes, chumps, and suckers.

Everybody you talk to is somebody you can try to educate. Take it slowly. Plant the seeds of truth everywhere you can, even though you might not see the results anytime soon.

Denial involves pinning the blame on someone else

You’ll often get a response shifting the blame for the failures and well-deserved unpopularity of Obamacare and its website. Among the more recent scapegoats are ‘white racists’, Fox News, ‘bad apple’ insurance companies, employers who cut hours and drop coverage, congressional Republicans, and even GOP hackers or Tea Party conspirators supposedly perpetrating a denial-of-service attack on the website. At least it’s too late to blame George W. Bush!

If a system isn’t workable, assigning blame won’t fix it

Don’t buy into the blame, but rather, focus on the facts that it isn’t working, we are all worse off than before, and our healthcare system is in danger of collapse. Had Obamacare been workable in the first place, then individuals such as doctors and patients, and organizations such as employers, hospitals, and insurance companies, would have had the incentives to do the right things to make the system sustainable. Furthermore, the website would have been robust, user-friendly, and secure against hackers. This is observably NOT what is happening.

Sometimes you just have to wait until the real world kicks in with enough adverse effects, so that at least some of those low-information voters are forced to acknowledge that they’ve been had.

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1 Joe November 3, 2013 at 3:16 am

You bought it, now eat it. Sadly I have to eat it too. But it will be worth watching you eat it and choke on it.

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