Skip to comments.Don't Tell Me You Can't Afford the ObamaCare Fee
Posted on 06/12/2013 2:55:51 PM PDT by MNDude
We can see from your Amazon orders and credit card records that you've spent a lot on DVD's and eating out.
Your Google searches suggest that you're planning to go on vacation to Las Vegas.
Why do you have so many phone calls to Zales Jewelery? We hope you're not planning of buying something expensive.
Also, from the emails you sent to your mother, we're finding proof that you'll have to refund us $1000 on falsely claimed deductions that you claimed on your last tax return.
Have a Nice Day! Your Friendly IRS Agent
PS. Did you know that your husband spends a lot of time online searching for hot Asian women?
Thanks, friendly IRS agent.
I know it’s for my own good.
Just tryin’ to keep me safe’n healthy.
If there’s any way I can be more servile to the state, I’d be happy to fully comply.
As long as the entitlement gravy flows, the Dems are OK for 2016.
Now if the markets start to choke on the unlimited Baraqqi/Bernanke/Lew minibucks generated to pay them, the story may change.....
Oh yes, you can afford your Obamacare. We will just have to attach your wages, put a lien on your house, and dip into your 401k to make sure...
Thank you for saving me from myself. I will immediately purchase the best obozocare plan available and cut all that extra crap like utilities!
If the Dems get a whiff of trouble they’ll waive the fees ... they wont give a crap what it adds to the debt or deficit.
This is exactly what you can expect at an IRS audit, especially if your records indicate you are the least bit conservative.
Oh! And where's that link for Food Stamps and Disability? Is there a government aide who could come out and help me sign up for them? I saw the TV ads, but forgot to write down the website names.
...and everyone else who's received a check from a Conservative...
I think the best bet is to take whatever you have, move it offshore and go some place pleasant with a very weak central government. Maybe some island on the Aegean sea where the locals barter a lot mostly ignore the government (and get forgotten about), don't have a ton of money but live a nice quality of life. Homemade wine, olive oils, fresh fish, home grown vegetables, lots of sea and sun...etc.
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