Disapproval of Obamacare is now at almost 60 percent, but that’s only because people are too unenlightened, according to Ezra Klein’s new clown show Vox.com.

According to Vox, the millions who have received cancellation notices and premium increases, along with anybody who can see how the law is damaging the economy, are just too dumb to grasp the awesomeness of Obamacare:

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Vox is like The Onion and Funny or Die all rolled into one — all sponsored by G.E., the corporation some at Vox used to bash. Perfect.

Speaking of the millions who received cancellation notices, they didn’t even warrant a mention in Vox’s Obamacare cheerleading session. Big surprise.

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5 Responses to “Vox explains why the majority of Americans are too stupid to grasp the awesomeness of Obamacare”

  1. Marshall_Will on April 29th, 2014 5:51 pm

    Perhaps instinctively, but I feel Twitchy knock-offs like this ( rather POOR one ) required MM's preemptive response. Klein assures to 'explain the news'. Gosh, no thanks!

    Interestingly, Vox Amplifiers ( which actually shows a profit, doesn't have GE for a sugar daddy and has sold *millions* of guitars and amps over the last 60+ years ) shows up 2nd on a Google search.

    Seems fair enough? I give this a couple of months, tops.

  2. Marshall_Will on April 29th, 2014 6:48 pm

    Their posts/talking points disguised as articles provide no means to comment, blog style. Apparently Vox ( voice ) translates to Klein & Sycophant [solely]

    The link below allows the reader to [agree] "like" or Tweet, which I'll take to mean RT, as in; intact. Looks more fortress than interactive. Just good to see they're open to dissenting opinions. NOT.

    We'll just have to carpet bomb via Twitter. We should schedule regular meet-ups to hasten the inevitable. What say..?

  3. Marshall_Will on May 1st, 2014 1:19 pm

    Truesoldier,

    Thanks for bringing the whole Operation Choke Point to light yesterday. I'd been woefully unaware.

    What may be going on here is, in spite of how they portray themselves in TV commercials ( mega-banks like Wells Fargo etc. ) now offer PayDay/short term loans at fairly outrageous rates. Although it's remained something these banks prefer not advertise prominently.

    I've long wondered how long smaller, regional banks and these lesser fin. firms could hang on Post Bust? Seems 'too' long for Obama donors that are getting impatient, so we're getting OCP to deliver the death blow!

    A high school friend from Chicago ran "MoneyGram" and b/c of the amount of leverage built into these outfits biz models, they're highly vulnerable. But they're lighter, more nimble and can adjust more ably than mega-banks. Putting them under will be a DISASTER.

  4. iratenate on May 3rd, 2014 1:48 pm

    Judging by the current occupant of the White House, I would agree that the majority of Americans are too stupid to grasp a whole lot of things….but they do recognize an insurance scam when they see it,

  5. Yepi on August 1st, 2014 1:35 am

    What a great initiative here. I'll look around the site and see if I can offer any additional ideas. Thanks.

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