— SEIU (@SEIU) March 22, 2013
We at Twitchy are happy to spread the word that tomorrow’s the third anniversary of Obamacare becoming law, but celebrate? We just can’t work up the enthusiasm that the SEIU has demonstrated for a 7-foot-high stack of paper bound in red tape. Neither can these folks.
@SEIU yea we know, that's like celebrating a nail in the forehead. Why are Congress and President exempt from the program?
— TOP (@cjjeme) March 22, 2013
@SEIU more like…everyone take a huge dump…cause it is one big pile of shit. Gonna destroy the Dems in 2014 and 2016…GTD
— Sleezy Preezy (@soetorosux) March 22, 2013
@SEIU ONLY Dems voted for this monstrosity & now rest of us still trying 2 figure how much more is hc going 2 cost. Regs still being written
— NoVicticratHere (@CalFreedomMom) March 22, 2013
Not #Obamacare, it's hellthcare. No reason to celebrate the anniversary of the beginning of the downfall of our good care.
— ArtistUnplugged (@pinkartgurl59) March 22, 2013
Unsurprising to see the 3rd anniversary of Obamacare receiving the same level of debate and introspection as the anniversary of the Iraq war
— Shawn Pasternak (@ShawnCP92) March 22, 2013
Almost at anniversary of the massive, clunky Obamacare. Fitting that it'll always be celebrated near the sinking of the Titanic. #tcot
— Razor (@hale_razor) March 22, 2013
Krauthammer's Take on Obamacare's 3rd birthday: Eventually, things will get so bad that Americans will call for Canadian-style system -…
— National Review (@NRO) March 22, 2013
FreedomWorks’ vice president has a special anniversary message.
Happy anniversary, ObamaCare. I want a divorce.
— Dean Clancy (@DeanClancy) March 22, 2013
Irreconcilable differences. RT @DeanClancy: Happy anniversary, ObamaCare. I want a divorce.
— Kristina Ribali (@KristinaRibali) March 22, 2013
OFA, the “independent organization” also known as @BarackObama, is even organizing “birthday” parties tomorrow to mark the occasion, but we can think of only one good way to celebrate, and the Senate started that party last night.
— Peter Kinder (@PeterKinder) March 22, 2013