White House On Individual Mandate: “Are There Any Paraguayans Here?”

1 Jul

So by now we’ve all worked up a good head of anger over Chief Justice Roberts’ last-minute backstabbing of the Constitution, arguing that the individual mandate is unconstitutional as a penalty, but perfectly fine as a tax, so lemme just find some White-Out…  okay, now it’s a tax. FIFY Barry, LOL!

And now that that little constitutional crisis is over, White House Spokesweasel Jay Carney assures us all that NO, IT’S A PENALTY.


“It’s a penalty, because you have a choice. You don’t have a choice to pay  your taxes, right?” Carney said.

Carney was initially reluctant to assign a label to the fine when pressed  repeatedly by reporters Friday. “Call it what you want,” he said.

But describing the fine as a “penalty” helps fight Republican claims that the  court ruling confirms the Obama administration raised taxes with its health care  law.


“Call it what you want.”  Really, motherfucker?  Really?

You think that’s the end of it?  How about this – the Supreme Court ruled that a PENALTY is unconstitutional, so the law only stands because they have ruled that the individual mandate is a TAX.  But you say it’s not a tax.  It’s a penalty.

That type of weaseling was pretty funny when Chevy Chase did it in Spies Like Us.



Don’t expect that shit to work with us, you lying cocksucker.  You WILL have to pick.  And here are your choices:

Did the president raise taxes on the middle class, OR are you admitting that Obamacare is unconstitutional?


Your boy fucked up, Jay.  Expect to get your dick hammered flat for the next few months as we repeat this question thousands of times.




2 Responses to “White House On Individual Mandate: “Are There Any Paraguayans Here?””

  1. Kansas Gman July 2, 2012 at 10:14 pm #

    Obama is going to turn a doctor’s visit into the same style of experience as a trip to the DMV. November cannot come soon enough. This motherfucker has got to go.

  2. soulpile July 3, 2012 at 12:43 pm #

    I’m getting vertigo from all the spin.

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