More pain for these idiots please!

Man I am loving it! I can’t get enough of their shame and their desperate tears. It’s like nectar of the gods. The more of these PR attempts gone bad they experience, the more joy it gives me. These fucks deserve every single failure they get. It’s the best cure for hubris and narcissism of that level. From the article:

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Seven weeks to the day since the troubled healthcare.gov website was launched, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was in Miami, meeting with so-called “navigators” who are helping the public get signed up for coverage.

Sebelius is a member of the President’s Cabinet. With all the suits, security and cameras following her, you would have thought that President Obama was visiting Tuesday afternoon in what was clearly a highly orchestrated media event to focus on the positive, after so many negative media reports about the Obamacare sign-up process.

Sebelius, wearing green, walked through the front doors of North Shore Hospital near Miami Shores where she shook hands with hospital staff and members of the Epilepsy Foundation who are staffing the Obamacare Navigation center housed off the hospital’s lobby. There she met with the team helping South Floridians to sign-up on line or on paper.

“So she is being helpful,” asked the secretary to a couple sitting at one table of a navigator. “Absolutely,” they responded.

At a second table, the secretary met Carmen Salero who was trying to sign up online. As the secretary and Salero made small talk, CBS4′s Brian Andrews noticed the site crash on the lap top in front of them.

“The screen says I’m sorry but the system is temporarily down,” Andrews pointed out. “Uh oh,” responded the secretary. “That happens every day,” said Salerno, “it must mean a lot of people are on there trying to get coverage.”

A throng of cameras and reporters trailed the secretary’s every move in the small room. “I didn’t mean to bring the Paparazzi,” the Secretary joked as she met Willy Williams of Miami who was working with a navigator to get signed up. “It went down three times,” said Williams referring to the site, “but we’re just going to keep trying,” he added.

This sort of epic fail, in a nutshell, is the signature move of this administration, and endemic of the broken big government system you get when progressives try to have government do anything and everything. Credentialed elite with delusions of grandeur may think they know everything and that only they are qualified to do things, but reality is that they are capable of neither. These worshippers at the altar of big government couldn’t peel a banana without someone getting hurt, even when supervised and given detailed instructions by experts, and it brings me great joy to see that on display. It’s the cure for the ailment that is dragging this country into mediocrity.

Yes, I enjoy their tears of desperation. They taste sweet. I don’t care if you feel I am being mean or whatever the current progressive meme may be. Letting government run things is a recipe for disaster, especially when the agenda is for the collectivists that have already shown they have enemy lists and will use any and all powers of the federal government to target said political enemies to get their grubby hands on 1/6 of our economy, our personal information, and our decision making capabilities, and the only way we can dissuade stupid people from that notion is through practical experience, preferably long before the system becomes entrenched and changes or a roll back become impossible. The best cure for stupid is intense pain. And man do people that are government worshhippers need some serious pain to get pointed in the right direction these days.

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  1. Seattle Outcast

    I think it’s a classic class of academics and “intellectuals” (communists) thinking their pet theories equate to practical experience in the real world.

    It’s a lesson that most of professional academia needs to live through, but never will. And as Obama demonstrates, when it all goes to shit because reality refuses to cooperate, the blame must lie with those who don’t want to play along, not with the grand idea itself.

    Proof that the first 50 names in the phone book are better at governing than the staff at Harvard…

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