It seems to me like one of the silliest developments in politics. Yes, attaching a person's name to a concept can help discredit both, but at this point it's just getting grating.
Is this what it felt like when "Hooverville" cropped up? At least that was actually blaming somebody for something, not a Catch-22 of associating one thing that's BAAAAAAAAD with something else that's also BAAAAAAAAAAAAD.
Can't we dispense with [Proponent's name here]care?
Why can't you attack the actual issue at hand? Instead of the associations with the person who was responsible, especially when their hand in it might've been pretty small in terms of the actual set up.
Should we call the new Vermont Single Payer thing Shumlincare?
What about the breakdown of Attleecare?
Shouldn't we be worried about the depletion of Rooseveltcare?
Will Romneycare keep Mitt from running for office?
Charlie Tunoku is a lover and a fighter.