Like any good modern issue, the Affordable Health Care Act (or Obamacare) is a controversial topic that has left many people across the country very angry and confused. Luckily for them, any modern issue can be simplified with a combination of numbers and images.
This is Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States:
This is a picture of the Capitol Building:
Now here’s the real reason you clicked this link: an arbitrarily numbered list of cat GIFs.
Isn’t Adventure Time great? I mean, honestly, have you seen that show? It’s meant for children, but adults can enjoy it too! And it’s so topical and relevant to today’s society1
Wow! An old internet meme. Doesn’t this one bring back good memories?
I know it’s not a cat. But come on, it’s Mean Girls. Isn’t Mean Girls so culturally relevant? It is literally the best movie ever made and applies to every situation. Even as a twenty year old man, I sometimes spend Friday nights watching this movie huddled underneath my blankets as I stuff myself with pints of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream wondering how Regina George could be so cruel.
Only ’90s kids will get this. Wait, so will ’80s kids. And ’00s kids. Fuck, Dragon Ball has been around for a while, hasn’t it?
I might as well add a mash-up of two terrible internet memes as well. Pre-teens still think these are funny, right?
This may or may not be one of the top posts from r/catgifs. But I have clearly never heard of Reddit.
13. The coolest cat of all: Motherfuckin’ Batman
There we go. That seems like a good enough number. It is amazing how a numbered list and a very biased liberal perspective can make a such a divisive issue seem so simple!
(Andres Gonzalez is a columnist for the Pennsylvania Punch Bowl. He clearly did not make any of the images on this list; like most people with internet access, he knows how to use the search features of Reddit, Tumblr, and Imgur. He does not get paid for making stupid lists and obvious click-bait. He hopes no one sues for copyright infringement.)