Here’s a new take on Healthcare.gov, from Mike Smith of the Las Vegas Sun.
Larry the Cable Guy made an appearance on “Hannity” this week to talk about a range of issues. One of them was Obamacare. I’ll let you judge how funny it was.
Jay Leno is making a living off of Obamacare jokes, and here’s one from this week.
Leno: “In a radio interview, Kanye West said he wants to be the ‘Obama of clothing.’ That’s what he said. He wants to be the ‘Obama of clothing.’ And to achieve his goal, he’s designing fashion nobody wants and offering it on a website that doesn’t work.”
Yesterday the White House tweeted this photo. The sign says: “#GetCovered because nobody should go broke just because they get sick.”
The sign was ripe for parody, and a slew of parodies soon hit Twitter. I think this is the funniest:
If you want more, Townhall.com published a “10 Best #GetCovered Memes” list.
“Obamacare is still struggling to get off the ground. Experts now say the success or failure of Obamacare will depend on whether young people sign up. Which is why as of today it covers medical marijuana.” –Conan O’Brien
During Saturday’s taping of ESPN’s College GameDay in Auburn before the Iron Bowl, an Auburn fan wanted to make a sign that would be the “biggest insult” to Alabama.
The fan made a sign that tied Alabama head coach Nick Saban to Obamacare.
The sign read, “Saban [Loves] Obamacare”:
“How f****** hard is it to get a website to work? People keep trying to sign up; four hours later they’re on the seventh level of Candy Crush.” –Bill Maher on the Obamacare website
Last night Jimmy Kimmel devoted part of his monologue to Obamacare.
Kimmel said, “Some people were able to get through the [Healthcare.gov signup] process, only to discover they had inadvertently joined the Navy.”
“Former President George W. Bush is on the show tonight. We’re very excited about that. As you know, his nickname is 43 because he was the 43rd president. President Obama is nicknamed 44 because that’s how many people have signed up for Obamacare.” –Jay Leno
“How about that Obamacare? They bungled it. They rolled it out and it wasn’t ready. The only good news out of Obamacare is that it’s nice to know somebody knows less about computers than I do.” –David Letterman