Obama Finally Admits His “Universal Health Plan” Is Not Cutting It

Obama Finally Admits His “Universal Health Plan” Is Not Cutting It

In an unprecedented moment of personal clarity, President Obama finally admits that Obamacare isn’t the panacea he thought it would be. Unfortunately, he manages to choke out this admission along with a not-so-subtle shot at Republicans, who have criticized the bill since day one.

But you know what? I’m not even all that upset about the snide remark because quite frankly, it was his only method of saving face after being forced to admit that his plan isn’t as great as he thought it was.

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Politico has all the delicious details of Obama’s admission and it’s not to be missed by anyone who knew right from the start that this was going to by a monumental failure.

“I have always said that for all the good the Affordable Care Act is doing right now, for as big of a step forward as it was, it’s still just a first step,” Obama said while defending his law to a crowd at Miami Dade College. “It’s like buying a starter home. It’s a lot better than not having a home. But over time, you hope you can make some improvements.”

I would like to think that the President put more time into coming up with a national law that would affect literally everyone in the country than most people put into acquiring their “starter home.” At this point, it might even be more expensive!

“Just because a lot of the Republican criticism has been proven to be false and politically motivated, doesn’t mean there aren’t some legitimate concerns about how the law is working now,” Obama said.

Yep, there’s that trusty “REPUBLICANS ARE BAD” line we’ve come to expect from a man so egotistical that he can’t even take the blame for his own failures. I don’t know what he’s blaming them for either, because not one Republican was responsible for signing this poorly constructed law into action. That’s all on Obama and his trusty Democrats, who like to take a good thing (or in this case at at least decent thing) and screw it up until so people have to rely on the government.

Be that as it may, I’m still reveling in the fact that Obama had to admit that his namesake legislation didn’t live up to the hype. It’s one of the most satisfying “I told you so” moments I’ve ever experienced, but it is also the most somber, because so many people have struggled to find healthcare that covers them and that they don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to receive.

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