Gutfeld: ObamaCare shows difference between private, public standards

December 02, 2013 / Written By Greg Gutfeld / Fox News

The White House has spoken: The ObamaCare website is a success! And by their measure, why not?

Signing up for ObamaCare is like poking road kill with a stick. The only movement you see is from the stick. - Greg Gutfeld

Look at other government "successes": the Postal Service, the DMV, green jobs, the war on drugs, the IRS. ObamaCare hit rock bottom in record time. It's the Usain Bolt of incompetence. A high-speed train to failure. It makes Cash for Clunkers look like the polio vaccine.

But is it really a success even by their own claims? Maybe, much like a one-dimensional town in a "Gun Smoke" episode is -- it looks real but don't lean on it, it could fall.

Signing up for ObamaCare is like poking road kill with a stick. The only movement you see is from the stick. The security, the processing, everything is a joke. That's the back end. And like mine after five days in the Tropics, it ain't working.

So, ObamaCare's real success is showing the gulf between public and private standards. Private profits from pleasure, so standards are high. Public insures survival for the powerful, so standards don't exist. Failure unmeasured blossoms, requiring more bureaucrats to manage the disaster. So, instead of putting out a fire, we simply hire more arsonists. And with a loving media, it's arsonists with publicists.

But Democrats shouldn't fret because this may pass, if the Republicans chase sillier stuff. Small pointless battles help the media deflect from Obama's hell. Right now, the president is Monty Hall and he just gave the right a brand new car. It's on them if they choose what's behind door number two, instead.

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