Supreme Court Passes RobertsCare, Makes Shitty Healthcare Bill Law of Land

by on 27/06/15 at 5:07 am

"See? Right here!  The Cheif Justice seems to have a rather severe case of cranial-rectal inversion

“See? Right here…The Chief Justice seems to have a rather severe case of cranial-rectal inversion!”


WASHINGTON D.C. – (satireworld.com)

The Supreme Court today passed the nation’s new healthcare law, RobertsCare, and the United States will now have to live with the consequences from here on out. Congress has failed the American people by tucking their tails between their legs when they had the chance to stop the law, but Chief Justice John Roberts was able to sneak his healthcare baby into law by posing as a conservative for years before revealing his true liberal colors once he was confirmed on the court.

Passage of the law was a blow to what once was America, a country that had freedoms that allowed a person to decide what they wanted to buy or not buy, but those days are over. The Supreme Court, with five liberals and four conservatives, will now dictate what you will and won’t do in the future. At the moment, the Court is busy redefining the English language so that words no longer hold their previous meanings but rather mean what the Court says they mean.

In the latest decision regarding RobertsCare, the phrase “healthcare subsidies that are established by the state” no longer means “established by the state” but means “established by the federal government.” Cutesy wordplay has long been the tactic of liberals when trying to fool the public or get themselves out of trouble and this is just the latest example.

The healthcare bill was originally called Obamacare but, after all the heavy lifting Justice Roberts did for cramming the law down America’s throat, the president decided the law should bear John Robert’s name, the bill’s greatest supporter.

So sit down and shut up, America. You’ll take your skyrocketing premiums and your high deductibles and you’ll like it! When healthcare rationing kicks in, just know that your personal suffering is for the greater good. And remember, there are millions of other Americans out there that are just as miserable as you are. That should make you feel better.



2 Responses to “Supreme Court Passes RobertsCare, Makes Shitty Healthcare Bill Law of Land”

  1. Bargis

    Jun 27th, 2015

    good one Evil

  2. E. Williams

    Jun 27th, 2015

    Thank you, sir.

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