After several months of effort and hard work to get Obama’s healthcare plan passed, an elderly Democratic Senator was proud that he and his colleagues had ignored the will of the general public and the Republicans. Believing that he was just tired from all his hard work, he goes to the doctor. After a barrage of tests and two months waiting for the results, he finally returns to the doctor. The doctor tells him, “I have bad news, good news, and bad news, Senator. The bad news is that you only have six months to live. But the good news is that there’s an operation that is 100% successful in curing this illness.” “That sounds great, Doctor,” says the Senator, “but what’s the other bad news?” The Doctor replies, “The Department of Health and Human Services says the first available slot is seven months from today.”
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