Below is President Obama’s hypothetical but hilarious dilemma on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” Or maybe a more appropriate title for this game show would be “Who Wants Obamacare?”

If the New York Times had anything to say about it, there would be a choice “E” which would be “Misspoke.”

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    All of the above, natch.

  • capisce

    He’s already had the lifeline – AKA NY Times.
    ”ask the audience” option only works for him if audience is packed with those who voted for him, preferably more than twice.

    • ObamaFail

      WhoDat and the other trolls would be going, “Psst!!! The answer is E. Bush’s fault!!!”

    • M F Scotto

      The NYT was his “phone a friend”

    • Mecha75

      more than twice on the same day in different precincts as well.

  • peteee363

    “d” final answer, give me my million bucks!

  • Spartiate

    Nixon wasn’t necessarily lying when he said, “I am not a crook,” because the word crook is subject to interpretation. In contrast, Obama incontrovertibly lied. “Period” means period, not asterisk.

  • Mister A

    He would never use the “ask the audience” lifeline.

    • GaryTheBrave

      It would be ” T(o h)ell The Audience”.

    • peteee363

      so for the phone a friend, who would that be? wright, ayers, or reggie?

      • genes ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Those are acquaintances, someone like O has no real friends. Friends are a liability, they know things you don’t want others to know. Then they have to have an accident.

  • HanaFiveO

    There are some real photo shop wizards on Twitter! Loved this!

  • stuckinIL4now

    Obumuh wouldn’t ask for a lifeline. He gives an answer and whatever answer he gives IS the answer cuz everything is always whatever he says it is, in this moment.

    • ObamaFail

      And if you told him he’s wrong, well then you’re just a racist.

  • Booker

    Good one. Looks almost real.

  • schveiguy

    His answer would be to not answer the question, he’s already got a mil from the Nobel prize SUCKERS!

  • Bruce

    I’m sure that he’d love to “phone a friend,” but unfortunately, not even MSNBC is answering.

  • Chip

    “I’d like to use a lifeline.” OK.. which one? “I’d like to blame it on Bush.”

  • Red Pill

    Let’s see how obama “clarified” his position on February 25, 2010:

    One thing, Jon, you shook your head when I said that people would be able to choose the better plan because the notion was, well, people are mandated. Actually, any insurance that you currently have would be grandfathered in so you could keep it. And so you could decide not to get in the exchange the better plan — I could keep my Acme insurance, just a high-deductible catastrophic plan — I would not be required to get the better one. If I chose to get the better one, it would be 14 to 20 percent cheaper than if I were going into the individual market. I just wanted to clarify that issue.
    (1:12:48 – 1:13:25)

    or use the following link to watch (1:12:48 – 1:13:25) in a loop: