White House Announces Contest: Memorize all 11,588,500 Pages of Obamacare’s Rules and Regulations and Win Your FreedomPosted: February 18, 2014 | |
Democrats know their biggest problem in this year’s midterm election is Obamacare. So top party operatives have settled on a strategy to try blunting the GOP’s advantage: A contest.
At a press conference scheduled for next week, President Obama will announce that the White House is offering a prize to any American who can memorize all of the Affordable Care Act’s rules and regulations. The final rounds will be judged, the top 50 contestants selected, one from each state. Those contestants will be brought to Washington D.C. to compete in a televised game show.
“The best way to push back on the attacks we know Republicans will launch over health care is to develop a contest, generate excitement, offer prizes, and announce winners.”
Any contestant who can successfully recite all 11,588,500 pages without making any mistakes will awarded an official White House waiver. The winners will be announced in April, in a ceremony in the Rose Garden. President Obama will personally sign an Executive Order, freeing the winning contestants from compliance with Obamacare.
The contest, details of which were in a memo obtained by punditfromanotherplanet, recognizes the unpopularity of the Affordable Care Act. But it also banks on the popularity of game shows, contests, and prizes.
“…If Americans can see regular folks winning special exclusions–not just corporations, insurance companies, campaign donors, and labor unions, but regular, everyday people–we feel confident that this will restore faith in the promise of affordable health care, by making it extra-affordable for a special group of chosen people…”
Benjamin MacGuffin, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s deputy executive games division special director, wrote in the memo…