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Nancy Pelosi: Thanks To ObamaCare, Useless Freeloaders Can Parastically Suck The System Dry

May 17, 2010

Nancy Pelosi was in her usual form recently when she came out with this gem:

(CNSNews.com) – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said this week that thanks to the new health-care reform law, musicians and other creative types could quit their jobs and focus on developing their talents because taxpayers would fund their health care coverage.
 
“We see it as an entrepreneurial bill,” Pelosi said, “a bill that says to someone, if you want to be creative and be a musician or whatever, you can leave your work, focus on your talent, your skill, your passion, your aspirations because you will have health care.” 

Thank God.  I thought I’d have to do something useful with my life.  Now I’m free to pursue my life’s dream of playing the Kazoo, smoking dope, and sleeping all day.  And you should see the race car art I draw with crayons.

I’m a Renaissance man: musican, artist, freeloader, wastoid.

I am just so happy that I can parasitically suck off the valuable labors of others, so that I can continue to be a self-absorbed jerk.

I am so glad that society will reward my pursuit of total worthlessness.

In fact, I’m going to encourage my entire family to pursue their talent; that way you can support FIVE of us!!!

I think that Obama should keep up his good work, and force all businesses to keep paying all the useless deadweight around them, too (at least until they go belly up and close).  I mean, after all, Nancy Pelosi calls this “entrepreneurial.” It must be good for businesses too, right?

And if this is good for government and good for businesses, heck, it must be good for households, too.  I’m going to quit buying my own food and start showing up at other people’s homes.  Those selfish rat bastards have been hoarding their food and only giving it to their own children.  I should count at least as much.

After all, I’m a musician.

America: home of the brave the lowest common denominator.