President Ohacka continued: "The private health insurance system in this oppressive, bourgeois, captialistic country employs over - uh...my teleprompter stopped working - well, you can imagine how many people this industry employs. We need those jobs to grow the federal hackerment labor force." He continued, "Onerous overhead costs will accompany complex veteran care. Insurers can go out of business paying those overhead costs or bankrupt families by spreading those costs among existing health plans. Considering those health benefits will be taxable, families will be faced with the joining a health plan or a bread line. People will demand hackerment health insurance. You will replace those millions of privately employed health insurance workers. You - with your cousins, in-laws, political donors - will become hacks in a new department dedicated to hack not health insurance!"
Peter Hack, an unemployed hack from the Carter administration thought the proposals made sense. "This economy is horrible. The federal hackerment needs more bureaus and departments to hire people. His proposals create federal employment by destroying an area where the the private sector delivers a service. President Ohacka's proposals are great." An anonymous unemployed hack from the Ford administration commented, "His proposal on veteran health will also promote peace: no one will want to serve in our imperialistic army if the hackerment won't cover their injuries. He [President Ohacka] is truly a genius."