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It seems there’s a cottage industry of people in America devoted to making parody videos about one of the world’s most evil statists. And some of them make very strong points about public policy.

Here’s Hitler learning about Europe being downgraded.

And here’s the Fuehrer finding out that Scott Walker prevailed in his fight against government bureaucrats in Wisconsin.

Well, the clever folks at the Powerline Blog have added to this stellar collection. Watch as the leader of the National Socialist Workers Party learns about the failure of Obamacare.

I give this two thumbs up, five stars, and whatever else signifies a good job.

The parts about Bidencare and Hillarycare are delightfully vicious. And DC insiders will be amused by the jab at the Heritage Foundation for concocting the mandate in the first place (to be fair, Heritage has atoned for that sin by becoming one of the leading critics of Obamacare).

To augment the Hitler video, let’s share some great new Obamacare cartoons, starting with one from Henry Payne.

Obamacare Cartoon Oct 2013 3

And here’s the always clever Michael Ramirez.

Obamacare Cartoon Oct 2013 2

Last but not least, Lisa Benson weighs in with a good depiction of Obamacare’s launch.

Obamacare Cartoon Oct 2013 1

The bad news, if we can be momentarily serious, is that Obamacare’s failure is the predictable result of bad policy based on bad economics. But failure doesn’t mean the law blows up and disappears. Legislation will be required to undo the damage, which is why it’s good that some lawmakers continue to fight.

In the meantime, it’s our healthcare system – which was already messed up by government to begin with – that’s incurring the damage. Which makes this bit of humor that arrived in my inbox funny…but in a very dark way.

Obamacare Explanation

P.S. If you want to enjoy some more Obamacare humor, click here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

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