Thursday, August 13, 2009

You Decide

The administration is big into symbolism. They have now picked a symbol for the "Nationalist-Socialist Health Care System." (I think I'm going to start calling it "NaziCare.")

Here is the symbol, next to another well recognized symbol. Are they eerily similar? I'll let you make the call.


LL August 13, 2009 at 12:30 PM  

I'd rather them go with the traditional "adler und swastika" than go with the new ObamaCare look. Call me a retro-sorta guy.

Could we get black uniforms for the doktors? Could the medical receptionists say (German accent) "Your papers?" Ok, I admit, I'm turning a visit to the clinic into a bad war movie - but then again, life imitates art.

LL August 13, 2009 at 12:32 PM  

What about the new Demokratik Party pins? Would a swastika be over the top?

Average American August 13, 2009 at 2:24 PM  

The NObama one is so much prettier. But then, blue has always been my favorite color.

Everything about the Joker of Pennsylvania Avenue makes me want to PUKE, including all his poster art.

Obama Nation August 13, 2009 at 2:29 PM  

You know at first I thought that was just something someone made up. Pretty scary that that's what they want as the symbol =\

VoteNovember2008 August 13, 2009 at 11:47 PM  

Fuzzy's Dad sent me and I posted this on my blog too! This is weird! Just the other day I was wondering how long it would be before paintings of President Obama, I use that term loosely, would start popping up on billboards, city walls and buildings, now that would be scary! Great post and thanks for allowing me to steal your post!

Be loud, be proud, be seen, be heard and be counted. Above all else, keep the faith! VN8

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