Then there were unplanned political funny’s

When having the national Obamacare debate can there be any amusing observations that can be brought to light?? Have you even tried to call the Obamacare hot line? Just to see how much, if any differences or impact it may have on your family? Come on! Life is supposed to be fun-filled, amusing, interesting, and at times down right funny. As long as you look in the right direction, just passed all of the lies and distractions and at the right times, then you too can see the fun and funny, the “FUN” instead of the “FU” in all of it? But still at other times there just things that come up as a flukes, aka. “Poetic Justice.”

Take the Obamacare national hot-line phone number for instance. The number provided for by the department of Health and Human Services, that number is 1-800-318-2596.

People oftentimes look for words to make it easier for people to remember those phone numbers. Using the numbers on the phone-pad and those correspond letters–the number 3 is then also is an “F.” The number 1 doesn’t have any assigned letters, but the number 8 is a “U.” There’s a couple other letters, they both match up perfectly for what you might imagine as humor coming through the political foggy haze right about now.

Using the tweeting, Facebook hooking, and texting shorthand of the day, the 9 and the 6 spells out “YO” or what could also be “YOU”.

So the entire thing becomes 1-800-F—-Y0.

A slip-up by the administration? Or just some under paid government worker having some fun? Or could it be that Mr. Obama is sending a subliminal message of what he really thinks is fundamentally changing…. People are starting to see through his veiled distractions and crises, seeing through all of those bumps in the road created by his lies–so Obama becoming unhappy, down right pissed-off, because people are keeping him from socialist success, Mr. Obama may have even picked those numbers? A kind of socialist lotto number, though a losing ticket.

Or on the lighter side of things… just maybe a Freudian slip-up?

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