Gerald (Jerry) Zezas

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I’ve Joined the Tea Party

Today I joined the Tea Party.

I’m tired of all those losers who take whatever handouts they can find.
I’m tired of the leaches who never work a day in their lives, living off all the rest of us hard working folk.
I’m tired of having to be responsible for people who are too stupid, lazy or ignorant to know what their future needs will be.

So I signed up for the ACA (Obamacare) and so should all those deadbeats, leeches and losers who think its perfectly OK to go around without any means of paying for their health care needs.

You see, I’m tired of those losers who figure that they’ll just wait until they get sick, go to the emergency room, get free help, and stick the bill with people like me, whose health insurance costs will go up as a result.

I’m tired of people complaining about their insurance going up and blaming the government for it.
I’m tired of people who won’t “pull themselves up by their own bootstraps” and buy their own health insurance, instead of expecting their employers or the government to do it for them.

Yup, I’m a rootin, tootin, rugged individualist who thinks we should stop relying on others to take care of us. We, as Americans, don’t believe in Big Brother-we take care of ourselves.

Not like in Europe or Sweden where the government provides health care and all you have to do is walk in to a clinic and get treatment. That’s not who we are here in America. We take care of ourselves and pay our own way.

Nope, here in America, we buy our own health insurance so that we don’t have to rely on big, controlling, socialist governments to provide it to us.

Yup, I just became a self-reliant Tea Party Republican. I signed up for Obamacare.


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