Reason: 3 reasons ObamaCare isn’t Apple
posted at 5:28 pm on October 1, 2013 by Ed Morrissey
Nick Gillespie deftly dispenses with the most inane talking point of the day from ObamaCare Central:
But here are three reasons why Obamacare aint no iPhone.
1. Apple Products Are, um, Voluntary.
Using Apple products is strictly voluntary. Unlike Obamacare, nobody is forced to pick up the latest iPhone or Mac. And thank god, nobody is forced to use inferior offerings such as Apple Maps.
2. Apple Can Go Out of Business.
Apple, like other once-mighty tech giants such as Nokia and RIM, is only a string of bad releases away from going belly up. The federal government? Not so much.
3. Apple Stores Are Occasionally Open.
Even on its busiest days, you can usually get into an Apple store. And you can always get online at Apple.com. Compare that to the experience of earlybirds trying to access the health insurance exchanges at Healthcare.gov or residents of whole states such as Colorado and Oregon, where there are major delays.
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