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  • 10 Random Things That Are #MoreSuccessfulThanObamacare

    Taxpayers spent $634,320,919 for a contractor to build the glitch-prone HealthCare.gov website only to watch it become a colossal failure (much like the rest of Obamacare).

    Yesterday, we poked fun with a parody video. Today, Twitter erupted with it’s own mocking of the President’s health-care law. The hashtag #MoreSuccessfulThanObamacare began trending this afternoon with people explaining what they thought was more successful than Obamacare.

    Here are a few of the highlights:

    These are obviously in good fun, but the fact remains that Obamacare is unfair, unaffordable, and unworkable. It needs to be defunded.

    *We apologize for any fans of sports teams mentioned that we may have offended.

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