What. A. Worm.

Obama adviser David Axelrod’s tweet is about as desperate and pitiful as it gets, but it’s a question that is easily answered:

And what would the White House and Axelrod’s response have been a few months ago if insurance companies sent their customers letters informing them that Obama’s “if you like your plan you can keep your plan, period” promise was a lie?

https://twitter.com/Matt_Given/status/398918961045057536

https://twitter.com/laurww/status/398921038731292672

If they were “junk policies,” how come so many people are furious because they’re losing them and being forced into more expensive options?

Criticism of Axelrod was swift, massive and necessary:

https://twitter.com/MaxwellSilver3/status/398918673882025985

https://twitter.com/tandrewallace/status/398916226446942210

https://twitter.com/MaxwellSilver3/status/398917298158723072

https://twitter.com/tandrewallace/status/398916608434765826
https://twitter.com/MaxwellSilver3/status/398916526738120704

The only way David Axelrod will have a positive effect on the number of insured Americans is if he can figure out a way to turn BS into health insurance.