Internet Hitler Dismayed by ObamaCare Rollout

Friday, October 18, AD 2013

I can understand why Internet Hitler is so upset.  Control of medicine is so essential for any group seeking to reshape a nation, as the historical Hitler’s reign so amply demonstrated.  Ah well, as Karl Marx noted, in one of his few on target observations:  History does tend to repeat itself:  the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.

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9 Responses to Internet Hitler Dismayed by ObamaCare Rollout

  • Now shared on my Facebook page and blog site. Thanks, Donald!

  • The latest news is that if the exchange snafus continue they will be going to a paper based application process. Wouldn’t that be the perfect cap to this saga? In a digital age the government is moving at the speed of analog. Can’t make this stuff up.

  • Paul D.

    “Change we can believe in.”

    Your right! You can’t make this tripe up.
    Narcissism is Obama’s defining trait.

  • That’s how it works for out vets. And we can all see what a great system that is!

  • I wonder if even Hitler would have been so stupid. How does one say subsidiarity in German?

  • Obama needs to go….NOW… many times has everybody been told not to send personal information on the net or on the phone especially to someone you don’t know….anyone who enrolls is a complete moron….this is one president you really and honestly can not trust….

  • Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me. Fool me for five years . . . I’m an Obama voter.

    Here’s what Plato said about public opinion. “Opinion ain’t truth.”

    None of the central planners, control economy geniuses saw the housing bubble before it burst and caused the Great Recession in 2007/8.

    In fact, in the 100 years since they invented the income tax and the Federal Reserve, the (academic with no real-life banking or corporate experience) dude in the green suit, behind the green curtain feverishly pulling/pushing 68 green, bone ivory levers has never gotten it right.

    Yeah! Give them more power over everything . . . imbeciles!

  • So Obama’s latest political cover is that he’s more frustrated than anybody and people can apply for Obamacare by mail or by phone. Yes, that sounds like a great idea: apply for your Obamacare by mail and try tracking that down when it gets to D.C.! I’m sure Obama himself will ensure each and every application gets opened and processed.

    This rabbit hole gets deeper each day. We need more Heritage Foundation videos tracking the central planning Rube Goldberg machine as it feeds on itself!

  • The attachment humorously compares one form of modern idiocy with another, the grandiosity of Hitler’s failed plan with Obama’s. Hitler’s dilemma derived of an immoral plan to change Europe into his conception of Utopia. Both the means and ends were unjust. It failed due to unintended consequences of Hitler’s actions. Obama’s plan seems at least partially amoral and regardless of many consequences, some good, some evil, and some which may bring failure in their train.

6 Responses to Internet Hitler Alarmed by Santorum

  • Love the Hitler rants. Go Santorum! I prefer him over Romney. Cheers!

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  • Unlike many other posters on this Blog, I like Romney. But I like Santorum more. That said, I worry about Santorum’s ability to be elected or to lead. While Romney is a social conservative, social issues are not his passion and he does not wear it on his sleeve. This makes him more acceptable to the middle, I’m afraid. I do think that a bona fide passionate social conservative can be elected and can be a successful president, but only if he or she has extraodinary leadership ability and skills of persuasion. See Ronald Reagan. But a dogmatic conservative without such abilities is probably unelectable and would probably be an ineffective leader. Santorum has not demonstrated such abilities, yet, at least to me. I hope he can and does. I think he is a good man, but worry he would be an ineffective president even if he is electable in the first place.

  • I love all the Scooby Doo references!

  • Mike Petrik, I agree with you.

One Response to Internet Hitler Mourns Attack Watch

  • Barron’s ran a Book Review by Susan Witty (RIP): Mr. Speaker! The Life and Times of Thomas B. Reed the Man Who broke the Filibuster written by John Grant (of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer).

    Mr. Grant quotes Congressman Reed concerning civil trash like Obama’s low life acolytes, “They never open their mouths without subtracting from the sum of human knowledge.”

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