Six million-plus Americans have gotten notices that their health insurance plans have been canceled because of Obamacare, and undoubtedly there were some celebrities among them.
Adolf Hitler was distinctly unhappy with his notice, as a parody video reveals.
But at least he knows who to blame: Sen. Ted Cruz.
It's the latest YouTube parody rewriting the subtitles in the Hitler-rant scene from the 2004 German-language movie "Downfall," which recounts the Nazi dictator's final days in his Berlin bunker.
The scene has been the source of numerous political and pop-culture parodies, including Hitler's outrage at Mitt Romney's defeat in 2012. (Warning: Some of the videos contain language that may be offensive to some readers.)
In the newest, Hitler wants an appointment for a prostate screening and is told by his aides he can see Dr. Feingold.
"I don't want a Jew like Feingold poking around my bum," he said. "Just make an appointment with Dr. Steiner."
But Steiner, it appears, is not "in the physician network."
The rant is launched: "It was a promise. Obama friggin' promised. He said if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your plan you can keep your plan. 'Period,' he said 'Period.' That means no stinking conditions."
Hitler's rant continues, demanding that his policy was "supposed to be grandfathered."
Read about the real Hitler, in "Defeating the Totalitarian Lie" by a former Hitler Youth member Hilmar von Campe, and Ray Comfort's stunning "Hitler God and The Bible."
And he frets his premiums and deductibles now are higher.
"If only the National Socialist German Workers Party was considered a labor union. The unions have all gotten waivers from Obamacare," he said. "They can keep their Cadillac plans."
"I had ReichCare's First Soldier of the German Reich plan. It rocked," he said. "Now all I can afford is Obamacare Bronze level, with a 40 percent deductible."
"No way we can pin this one on Bush," he concludes. "So let's blame Ted Cruz."
WND reported earlier on another parody using the same film clip.
In it, "Hitler" blasted the government for its inability to build a website that would allow Americans to quickly sign up for the federal health care program.
"Just tell them to sign up with the Obamacare exchange at Healthcare.gov," Hitler says.
"No one can get logged on. … The website is a joke," he is told. Then he erupts in anger.
"Obamcare was supposed to be perfect. Premiums are supposed to be down $2,500 a year. It had everything. Free preventative care. No disenrollment for pre-existing conditions, even free birth control and abortifacients … for slutty college coeds," he shouts.
"And now you tell me people can't sign up? Do you realize how hard we worked with supreme leader Jarrett to make sure this thing worked?"
He calls the program "a big scam" on Americans.
Then he says: "There's only one thing left to do so now gentlemen. Let's find a way to blame Bush."
Another Hitler parody has him planning to interrupt Obama's State of the Union speech: