Actor is tweeting every word of 906-page Obamacare law

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Obamacare bureaucratic mazeThe bureaucratic nightmare to enforce Obamacare (click to enlarge!)

Don’t curse the dark, but light a candle instead.
Actor-director Jake McClain is doing just that.
He is tweeting every word of the 906-page Obamacare law to draw attention to the law’s nefarious contents that McClain believes is detrimental to America’s fiscal health.
Connor Adams Sheets reports for International Business Times, March 26, 2013:

“Folks … this will probably take a long time to do, but I decided I will read every page, word by word, of Obamacare, and tweet every word,” he tweeted on March 22.

And he’s been on a roll ever since, making it through the first 22 pages of the lengthy legislation in just four days. He tweeted Monday night that he would begin to tweet out the 23rd page on Tuesday morning, and the effort is drawing attention and admiration from many critics of the law.

He has already landed a spot on Mike Huckabees’s radio show, which is slated to air at 2:32 p.m. Tuesday, and he is receiving a steady flow of supportive messages from top critics of the law — officially called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act but often referred to as “Obamacare” — from across the twitterverse.

McClain is endeavoring on the Herculean task in order to draw attention to the bill’s contents, which, by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s own admission, were famously not read by most if not all members of Congress who voted to pass it by a margin of 219-212 exactly three years ago Thursday.

McClain sees the task as more than just an exercise in stamina, saying that he hopes he can use his platform as a means to draw attention to many of the controversial parts of the law, which fundamentally and controversially redrew the American health care paradigm.

“Thing is that this is for everyone … A scant few read this sucker. If numbers read it, the story changes,” he tweeted Monday night, adding later: “And if we keep reading and tweeting these pages, we can get enough people to hit their senators up on this thing.”

McClain admits that he’s going to have to keep up the Twitter barrage for a long time in order to get through all 906 pages of the “Obamacare” law.

“November 4th if I go 4 pages a day. I did 5 today…keep going up and it’ll be about middle of October,” he tweeted in reference to how long it will take him to tweet the entirety of the legislation.

Still McClain maintains that he has the stamina and attention span to make it to the end of the law because he is only tweeting it bit by bit.

“No because I do a couple pages at a time and quit. Promote it on off times,” he tweeted Tuesday morning.

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Jake McClain


Thank you, Mr. McClain!
I have never heard of Jake McClain until now, but I sure will pay attention to anything he’s in or directs, henceforth.
Here’s Jake McClain’s profile on IMDb.
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Actor is tweeting every word of 906-page Obamacare law

  1. John Voight and a few have some sense in Hollyweird, but it’s not many, like people seem to think! Semper Fi.

     
  2. “A CLOSER LOOK AT THE BEAST”. Jake, You are a Patriot!

     
  3. This begs the question if members of Congress can actually read, has anyone thought to ask? This isn’t the first time legislation goes through and no-one could be bothered to read it.
    Either that or our elected “servants” are too busy lining their pockets and having sex orgies. You hear more about that . . .

     
  4. Charlotte Meyer

    Good for you Jake McClain!!  Shining the light on the outrageous ObamaCare is very important!!!  We need to inform all people of the vast devastation that will occur at the hands of ObamaCare.  This legislation is straight from the globalists’ agenda!!   I am new to this website, but wholeheartedly believe in what everyone here at this website is doing.   Keep it up!!  Great job everyone!!  

     
  5. The system in the UK would be better. Simple to understand: FREE AT THE POINT OF CARE.

     
  6. Is there available a link to a high-resolution version of the image above? I tried expanding it in the “windows picture viewer” and still can’t read it 🙁 Nevertheless, it is still a great graphic… Looks like a “functional block diagram” of a sophisticated piece of electronics:) and likely as complicated to understand…

     
  7. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this interesting post. Thank you also Mr. McClain for taking on this complicated task!

     

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