President Obama on Thursday tweeted out a picture of himself holding a sign that said "#GetCovered because nobody should go broke just because they get sick!" to promote the latest push to encourage people to sign up for insurance.


The Internet quickly responded by Photoshopping the Image.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, started things off by "fixing" the president's original Image.



@Matthops82 believes in unicorns.



Buzzfeed's Andrew Kaczynski knows what Obama's really thinking.



J.G. Alt reminded Obama about the "recovery."



Pocket Full of Liberty's Jay Caruso included a recent headline.



Dan McLaughlin pointed out Obama's "popularity."



New York Magazine's Stefan Becket took a page from Gov. Mitt Romney.



The Daily Caller's Vince Coglianese wouldn't let go of Obama's flirty chat with Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.



But Kaczynski wasn't done yet.



Josh Hill points out how the opposition is treated.

Derek Ryan, a Republican political consultant, couldn't resist giving Alabama fans a shout-out.



And the National Republican Congressional Committee had a solution for everything.



But perhaps the funniest image came from the Obama administration's following typo:


Keep them coming!