Obamacare needs young and healthy people to sign up for health insurance for its finances to work, and its opponents know it. That's why groups like the Koch brothers-backed Generation Opportunity, which was behind the infamous videos with 'Creepy Uncle Sam,' have sprung up and urged young Americans to opt out of the law.
Step one of their master plan was that video series, an attempt to go viral. The next step, it seems, is going to where the young people are: Tailgating at college football games.
As Yahoo! News reported, Generation Opportunity teamed up with College Republicans to throw an anti-Obamacare party outside the University of Miami's game this Saturday against Virginia Tech.
So, as documented on the group's Facebook and Twitter pages, this is what the war against Obamacare looks like if you're an inebriated twentysomething.
Creepy Uncle Sam dominated the festivities, and everybody wanted a picture to tweet/Facebook/Instagram.
He was also there, as the kids say, to bust a move.
There was beer pong.
And, to keep things on message, anti-Obamacare koozies.
But at the end of the day, the fight against a government takeover of the U.S. health care system looks a lot like any other college party.
Image courtesy of the @GenOpportunity Twitter page.