Stevieslaw: Back to NAFT

Stevieslaw: Republicans are back to NAFT

When we first reported in January that the Republicans were planning to repeal Obamacare and replace it with NAFT (Not a Fucking Thing), most of our readers were appalled. No one could be that cruel was the general sentiment. But, as pointed out by Paul Krugman of the New York Times, they can.

Not a Fucking Thing accomplishes the two major goals of all the Republican “repeal” bills. First, it kills the Obamacare taxes and returns the money to the most deserving—the super-rich. And second, it takes health care away from tens of millions of Americans that the Republicans consider moral defectives—you know like the single mom working three jobs (without benefits) to feed her kids.

So, we are once again predicting that the Republicans will repeal Obamacare and replace it with NAFT.

Is it too much to hope that we might all get off our asses and vote in 2018?

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2 Responses to Stevieslaw: Back to NAFT

  1. That’s what happens when you have lawyers and other know-nothings practicing medicine. I would like to point out that health care insurance does not guarantee health care. In fact, insurance obstructs health care by denials, delays, and other tactics to keep as much of your pre-paid money as possible. Health care is a highly personal thing, and there is no one size that will fit. As much as people might hate me for it, I’m happy with NAFT, if it gets the federal government out of the health snare racket (but it won’t).


  2. stevieslaw says:

    Wow. My satire doesn’t normally provoke such a passionate response. I’m sure you’re right. Living without health insurance is a joy. Studies show that losing health care is the number one reason people aspire to be poor.


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