America gets The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award

Congratulations America, after Nancy Pelosi told you we have to pass the law before we know what’s in it, now you know. Or do you?

Since the passage we have seen Obama amend it himself and HHS work its magic on regulations, however they choose. In the past month, Obama made how many changes in it? I am having a hard time counting.

He said insurers could ignore the law and then continue to write those so-called crappy policies. That they could extend them another year. That people do not have to be terminated, after the law abolished their policies. Then he moved the sign-up deadline, then he altered the payment deadline. And he moved it again. Now “bare bones” plans.

All this despite the complaints of insurers. There is a lesson for the insurers on how the game works, uh? It’s practically a daily task knowing what the law is or isn’t.

All that is just icing on the two biggest lies they’ve been repeating for the last couple years. Then insurers were told they will be compensated for any losses they claim. (whoopee)

Get the idea? The law means what they say it means, as long as they mean it, or until they mean something else, or until they change it by fiat again. Now you know what this bodes for healthcare, besides mass chaos. So how do you like your new, people? You have what even Nancy hadn’t dreamed of when they passed it. They’re still making it up. Can anyone know, based on all this, what ObamaCare will be next year? We don’t even know what the regs will be 3 months from now.

Still the all time quote of the year from libs was “it’s the law of the land”. The law until they change it, that is. So now that you know what is in it – or not – whatever they say. It might as well have been a blank law and said “to be filled in later: whatever, whenever you want it, as long as you want it – or not”.


The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award, saluting actual dubious achievements by the government or famous people, such as the announcement of a new Veterans Administration hospital to be erected in Southern California shortly after another such facility was destroyed in the Sylmar earthquake of 1971. The trophy was a gilt, outstretched finger atop a square base. “The flying, fickle finger of fate” was already a familiar catchphrase on the show.

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