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WH flack: GOP wanted to axe Obamacare; Now demanding ‘glitch-free’ access

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http://twitter.com/#!/sunnyright/status/392313761908162560

If desperate spin were health insurance, everybody would be covered by now:

http://twitter.com/#!/jesseclee44/status/392302308697980930

This ridiculously non-ironic “isn’t it ironic” spin first started with David Axelrod, and now the “White House Director of Progressive Media and Online Response,” Jesse Lee, is using the argument.

Many tweeters, not unlike people trying to create an account at HealthCare.gov, just can’t buy it:

http://twitter.com/#!/lheal/status/392303206123847681

Warning that something would result in a train wreck and later pointing out that it appears to be resulting in a train wreck is neither ironic nor hypocritical, no matter how hard they spin that top.

http://twitter.com/#!/jtLOL/status/392313159546982400

According to White House flacks such as Lee and Axelrod, the new scapegoat for the Obamacare implementation incompetence is going to be “unforeseen hypocritical demand for the product from the Right.” No doubt some mainstream media outlets will consider that argument reasonable enough not to question.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/10/21/white-house-flack-same-gop-that-wanted-to-get-rid-of-obamacare-now-demanding-glitch-free-access/

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