National Hotline for New Obamacare Service Has Profane Phone Number — 1-800-FUCKYO*


It’s true.  If you have questions about health care and want to take it up with the federal government, the place to call is Health and Human Services.  Fortunately, their phone number is very easy to remember.

It’s an easy to remember number that also gives you an important message about what your government thinks about you! Talk about multi-tasking!

It’s 1-800-318-2596.  Okay, maybe that’s not so easy to remember.  But if you take that number and match it up to the letters on phones all over the world, you do get a much easier memory device.  The number spells 1-800-FUCKYO.

After allowing for the lack of letters attached to 1 on a traditional American telephone keypad, the number spells out a clear message.  1-800-3(F) 8(U) 2(C) 5(K) 9(Y) 6(O). That’s 1-800-FUCKYO. Sadly, the Obama administration failed to swap the useless 1 for a more functional 8 to complete the heartfelt message

If only they had one more number, they could have completed the message, but even without the U on the end, the message is clear.  So, remember, if you need Obamacare and you need it now, just remember the friendly people at 1-800-FUCKYOU are waiting to help you.

Really, people…we can’t even make this stuff up.

Did they do this on purpose?  No, of course not.  That’s what makes it so entertaining that no one realized it, but then the big bad Internet got hold of it.  Now, it’s all over Twitter, Facebook, and who knows where else.

Actually, if Obama and company did want to make sure everyone remembers the number for Obamacare, this really is a great strategy.  There are people all over America today that will remember this number forever, even if they never have a reason to use it.

They really are very clever, aren’t they?

Source:

http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/03/need-health-care-coverage-just-dial-1-800-fuckyo-to-reach-obamacares-national-hotline/

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