It’s time for some Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political comedy, jokes, and satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend.
Earlier this week, a three-judge panel ruled that the language contained in Obamacare’s previously unread 2000+ pages specifically spells out an inconvenient truth: federally funded subsidies are illegal for anyone purchasing health insurance policies from the federally run exchanges (ie, “Healthcare.gov”) in 36 states.
Conservatives and constitutionalists were quick to cheer, predicting that the legal ruling might represent a long-awaited death-blow to Obamacare. But their hope was short lived. Only hours later, another federal appeals court issued a ruling in opposition to the first federal appeals court, and said that because the critical language in the law was “ambiguous,” it could be interpreted by the IRS (the heavily armed, politically partisan enforcement wing of Obamacare) to mean whatever the hell they wanted it to mean. To put it another way, if a law is incomprehensibly confusing, the second decision says it should be interpreted by an agency that can’t even follow the simple instructions (not to mention laws) for backing up their emails.
The Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change would like to point out that since the competing rulings will eventually meander all the way to the Supreme Court, what—to borrow the words of a genuinely despicable (and filthy rich!) politician—does it matter? As we already know, the Supreme Court pretty much lost its last shred of credibility after Chief Justice John Roberts completely invented the reasons for approving Obamacare as constitutional. And even if the Supreme Court did rule that the Obama administration is breaking the law by handing out money illegally – what would anyone do about it?
Jodi Miller at Newsbusted provides plenty of laughs this week on several news stories, including: illegal aliens crossing the southern border with Mexico, Rahm Emanuel’s faltering re-election for Chicago mayor, and robot-built iPhones. Additional stories covered include: electrified bras designed for self-defense, drone sightings at a NY hospital, and the latest data concerning homosexuals in America. If it’s in the news, Jodi has something to say about it.
The World Cup just ended, and for some strange reason, America decided to give a damn about soccer this time around. And if there’s anything we know best, it’s invading things we barely know. Our friends at Second City Television have secured a political announcement from Teddy Goalsevelt, who bears a striking resemblance to a former U.S. President with a similar-sounding name.
AlfonZo Rachel tells us about a black group of youngsters called Unlocking the Truth who are playing some hard rock tunes, and shredding. They’re so good that they recently received a $1.7 million contract from Sony! Believe it or not, there are some who think that their race has something to do with their success. Zo gives us his take on this absurdity in a way that only he can.
Zo is a Christian conservative social / political humorist, whose work is distinguished by his grinning delivery and rapid fire rant style in his video commentaries called, ZoNation, featured on PJ Media. If you like his work, you can experience the creative energy and conservative insight that Zo delivers in every show by ordering the ZoNation Complete Series Collection. Check it out!