Schadenfreudarama

Some might think that Jonah Goldberg is enjoying the Democrats’ melt down too much, but I think it’s just the right amount:

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, it took about five minutes for liberals to cast the chaos and confusion of the disaster as a searing indictment of not just the Bush administration but of conservatism itself. Whatever the merits of that argument (and there are not many), Katrina was at least a surprise. The October 1 deadline for Obamacare was set by Obama’s own administration years ago — and it caught them completely off guard. The president may now claim that he knew nothing, but he must have wondered why Henry Chao, Healthcare.gov’s chief project manager, set the bar of success at sea level last March: “Let’s just make sure it’s not a Third World experience.” At this point, it could only be more of a Third World experience if Healthcare.gov required enrollees to pay with chickens.

Go forth, and share in his joy.

9 thoughts on “Schadenfreudarama

  1. wodun

    I’m living it. Not really enjoying it that much. Putting off some important Dr appointments until I find out if I get to keep my doctor when I get new insurance in January.

    1. Gregg

      “It’s okay to stick the knife in but twisting it is going a little too far.”

      I don’t recall the Dems being all that reticent about twisting the knife when they thought they were on top of the world…..

      Greyson said the GOP simply wants people to die

      Commercials with grandmothers being pushed over a cliff in their wheelchairs.

      Various Dem politicians calling the GOP hostage takers, jihadists, terrorists…..accusing them of holding a gun to people’s heads….

      No, the liberals showed no desire to tone it down……

  2. Bilwick

    There’s no such thing as enjoying the distress of statists “too much.” This the gang who would turn the USA into Venezuela del Norte. If they were on fire I wouldn’t pee on them to put out the flames but run and get marshmallows to toast over them.

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