Far be it for me to jump on a bandwagon or anything like that, but in this case I feel quite compelled to follow suit.
Speaking of the bandwagon, I couldn’t help but to upchuck some of the contents of my gastronomical satiety into the back of my mouth a bit this morning when I saw a crockpot decorated in the name and logo of a certain football team which is about as welcome here on this site as a much as the lovely and talented Scarlett Johansson in skin tight attire and armed for bear (or bare) would be welcome for a ride in the hay with 360 degrees of a CNN anchor.
Now that I’ve gotten today’s requisite run-on sentence and misplaced metaphor out of the way, let’s get back to bidness.
In the early days when the premise of socialized medicine was being pushed through Congress on a wing, a prayer, a pack of lies, a Cornhusker Kickback, and a Louisiana Purchase, I referred to the effort as Universal Healthcare.
Once the law was passed, I stopped using that term for a variety or reasons. The primary reason was that it was everything but. I subsequently referred to it at “Obamacare”.
Now that it successfully made it through the court system and blazed a trail for the long queue of what Congress can now do to us, I can’t and won’t call it “Obamacare” anymore.
I’m updating the Auto Correct option in my software here on the laptop to correct the word whenever I type it.
Going forward, I will use the terminology which ultimately allowed a Supreme Court Chief Justice high on bath salts and gastronomically satiated on la cara de la Bader Ginsburg to write a landmark decision which will be used to do away with limits of the U.S. Government.
That term will now be referred to as “ObamaTax”.
The problem with putting a new theme in is that you have to figure out if you like it for your own site. After that, you have to mess with it for awhile in order to get it configured in the exact manner that gives you that warm fuzzy deep, deep, down.
If you care, let me know what you think. If you don’t care, well that’s fine too.