By Bernie on 10 Nov 2013
Photo Credit: The People's Cube
I started collecting stamps when I was 8 years old (among other hobbies - see my article One Thousand Frogs) and so I was quite excited to see the Post Office issue 4 new USPS® Forever Stamps commemorating the 2013 Obamacare Trainwreck Rollout (1).
The United States Post Office has promised that if you like your old USPS® Forever Stamps, you can keep them. That is to say, you cannot use them for postage anymore, so you must keep them because any Forever Stamps issued before October first, 2013 are now considered obsolete and inferior.
I know what you are thinking: it is absolutely outrageous that the government is reneging on a promise it made when you originally purchased Forever stamps that you'd be able to use them forever, period. Well, actually what they meant to say is that you can use them forever, until they later decide that you can't, period. The stuff in italics was inadvertently left out - sorry.
Oh well, everyone makes mistakes.
Our mistake was electing an incompetent, double-dealing, lying idiot as President of our country.
A tip of the turban to Woodsterman.
Original un-Photoshopped images courtesy mel.trainwrecks (2).
ThePeoplesCube.com, Mailcall: 2013 Obamacare Commemorative Stamp Collector Set
It is our pleasure to announce that the four-postage-stamp 2013 Obamacare Collector Set is now available to the masses.
You will appreciate the intricate detail and marvel at the complexity of the design. Each stamp just beckons the owner to slap a cancellation mark all over them as soon as possible, to give them that authentic used stamp feel.
mel.trainwrecks, Rear end train wreck
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