Obamacare hotline number sums up Obama’s message to US: 1800FU . . .

The Obama administration seemingly remained consistent with its brand when one considers the phone number for the Obamacare hotline.

A reporter for the Washington Free Beacon, Lachlan Markay, tweeted the following (cleaned up, for language):

“@lachlan Fun fact: if you exclude the 1 (no associated letters), the federal Obamacare hotline is 1-800-F***-YO.”

Taking into account that the number 1 on most keypads doesn’t have any letters associated with it, one seeking answers to their Obamacare questions would dial 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1-800-F1U-CKYO.

Though the phone number is missing the important “U” at the end, which would have simply required taking out the unassigned number 1 and adding an 8 at the end, it’s still pretty much the message Obama has had for the American people since day one.

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H/T: BuzzFeed

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19 thoughts on “Obamacare hotline number sums up Obama’s message to US: 1800FU . . .

  1. Doug says:

    If you replace the U with 28 and the K with 44 you have the last big Powerball numbers.

    1. Mutley46 says:

      Stop playing the Powerball and state run lotters. If you win, the high taxes you pay will help Barry continue on spending our money.

  2. Jean Nelson says:

    Just goes to prove what a no morals, character jerk he really is. Today he is wearing his little spoiled, kicking and screaming little brat britches. Suck a jerk.

  3. diana says:

    truly sad…grow up

  4. Arden Hale says:

    Every single Republican and Tea Party member who has a Republican representative needs to email their member of the House and tell them in that email to send a bill as often as necessary, daily if needed to exclude every program except Obamacare from the shutdown. Force the libs to vote down veterans benefits again and then involve veterans groups and their families in supporting the next bill and ask why they should suffer over it. On the third bill involve national park employees and their families. Force the democrats to hurt people to keep Obamacare or stop their support.

    1. Doug says:

      Let’s start another petition.

      1. Arden Hale says:

        No don’t petition. Email your representative tell them to keep sending the bills every day and make the dems hurt people every day. Then get those people involved. Do vets want their benefits tied to Obamacare? Do forest service employees want their jobs tied to obamacare? If you want to petition do a fundraiser for your local VFW chapter because you are a Republican. Its time to show the American people which party actually cares about them. We can actually show them that things can run without a tyrannical democratic party in charge.

  5. funky321 says:

    There is no way they, whoever applied for this 800 number, didn’t know what the number spelled because the phone company tells you what it does spell when you apply.

  6. diana says:

    I would like to know where you all were when the government rammed auto insurance down our throats? And why your not up in arms against this mandate? So why do I have to pay for auto insurance? Now I pay for medical insurance in at lest 3 ways.auto insurance, workman’s comp,and this new medical insurance. I think I have some type of medical coverage included in my home policy. I would prefer a single payer, because right now I pay way to many people for the same service.

    1. SkepticalQuery says:

      Operating a motor vehicle is a priviledge, not a right. In many states the vehicle must be inspected every year… the cost of enjoying the priviledge. Likewise, liability insurance is mandatory, but only because you wish to enjoy the priviledge. To equate auto insurance with health insurance is to suggest that life is elective. . . a priviledge.

      1. FreedomCzar says:

        Health insurance is a privilege, not a right.

        1. SkepticalQuery says:

          Exactly! So just like every other priviledge, expect to pay for it. Meanwhile life is a right, not a priviledge.

          1. FreedomCzar says:

            No snark. The House should continue not to fund Obamacare and begin to craft a budget that omits it funding permanently along with defunding the Departments of Education, Labor, Transportation, and cutting DOJ by 75% and HHS by 50%.

    2. Raybpatriot says:

      Ditto with SkepticalQuery. Also, Those STATE run coverages are very specific & not always mandatory but a choice you make. Workmans comp is only if you get hurt on the job. This whole plan was designed to default back to a Govt run system.
      We were just in Canada where taxes are astronomical; 15% sales tax which is added to each level of production. Hamburgers are $17!!! All because of their socialist health plan…PS: our 35 year old Relative has family history of Colon cancer & has been waiting TWO YEARS for govt approval to get her screening.

      1. JRWarrior says:

        Not arguing with your comments on US stuff, but your remarks about Canada are so far off the mark it’s laughable. First, the 15% sales tax is combined provincial and federal tax – and only in the Eastern provinces (where we definitely do have our own particular problems). It’s not added at each level of production, ultimately it’s only added to the consumer end. If you figure all of the hidden taxes on a product purchased in the US, in many cases it exceeds that amount – the difference is we put it out in the open.

        I’ve got no idea where you paid 17.00 for a hamburger, but I’d be eating at a different restaurant if you ever go back. As far as that goes, I ordered a room service burger at a W hotel in San Francisco a few years back… it was well over 25.00. Restaurant prices are usually pretty close to US prices, if you compare similar quality experiences. Except (on the east coast) our lobster is a lot cheaper 🙂

        I don’t know enough about your relative’s medical history to comment on this, but no government approval is required for any screening – that decision is made by the patient’s doc and referred to a specialist, if need be… and the specialist does NOT have to be one that’s on the approved list for your insurance provider, because they’re all approved, by virtue of being licensed to practice in Canada.

        Please don’t try to compare the mess that is the AHA to Canadian healthcare – yes our system has areas that could be improved, as do any others I’ve encountered, but it’s nowhere near the bureaucratic boondoggle that’s being created south of 49.

    3. PollyWannaCrakka says:

      You don’t have to buy auto insurance. Just stop owning a car. Simple as that. But if you drive a car, you must have insurance, not for you, but to protect others FROM you. Driving is not a right, it’s a privilege.

  7. Sbell says:

    Not surprising from the admin of a man who has often been captured by the camera covertly giving the finger to people he doesn’t like. What a class act. From Washington and Jefferson to Lincoln and Regan to . . . Obama? We’ve had clowns before (see Buchanan, Carter) but at least they seemed to love the country they led.

  8. SimplyShowbiz.com says:

    Keep up the fake outrage. Maybe it’ll make the law of the land disappear.

  9. bittman says:

    We must continue to fight Obamacare. We have to do this to save our country, protect our healthcare, and ensure that we pass liberty and freedom on to the next generation of Americans. We simply must not let the Progressives win because a government that controls our healthcare eventually controls us.

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