Using most every pop culture comparison imaginable, Twitter makes its preferences known
It didn’t take the internet (the technologically connected collective of reactionary smart-alecs) very long to weigh in on the Republicans’ proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, known colloquially and pejoratively as Obamacare. It’s a safe bet that few of those tweeting actually read the proposal in full, but, persistent as they are, they didn’t let that keep them from cracking a few jokes during these fractured, partisan times.
As you will see, the denizens of social media seem to favor the original plan. There’s something here for almost every palate of pop culture consumption, so … enjoy.
obamacare vs. the GOP replacement https://t.co/f1dEFLzcCc— Blind Chow (@Blind Chow)1488856822.0
Obamacare VS GOP replacement https://t.co/3G20CtCckf— shackas (@shackas)1488847531.0
Obamacare vs. GOP replacement plan https://t.co/mEBKPcow6o— Christofurrr (@Christofurrr)1488847238.0
Obamacare vs GOP Replacement https://t.co/r1SLVAXCoW— Justin Lev (@Justin Lev)1489003514.0
Obamacare vs GOP replacement https://t.co/k4rUFvxeOf— Old Man Rock Hands (@Old Man Rock Hands)1489003028.0
ObamaCare vs. GOP Replacement #Obamacare https://t.co/yEVYa48KYj— Radio TexMex FM (@Radio TexMex FM)1489002546.0
Obamacare vs. GOP replacement https://t.co/V947XtzaPe— Karate Dan (@Karate Dan)1488998339.0
(Oh, they keep going. And going … )
Obamacare vs. GOP replacement https://t.co/42R1VPSMQX— an pigeon (@an pigeon)1488997890.0
RT @AvocadoGroveD: RT @knittingtopia: RT @wittydawnuk: RT @LibyaLiberty: Obamacare vs. GOP replacement https://t.co/Nd5CkLTuOE— Carol (@Carol)1488996608.0
Obamacare vs. GOP Replacement https://t.co/h9jA6wsa4a— King Erroneous (@King Erroneous)1488995260.0
@Phil_Lewis_ Obamacare vs GOP replacement https://t.co/DaGBzwMR21— Roy Crockett (@Roy Crockett)1488994816.0
Though it’s not entirely clear, I believe this might be a rare instance of this meme favoring the GOP replacement. Well, either that or the Twitter user holds Dwyane Wade in very low esteem:
I don’t know if this is what was meant by “resist,” but it’s plenty funny nonetheless.