I wasn't mocking a failure of policy with those laughing emoticons; I was laughing at the administration trying to stick by their "If you like your insurance, you can keep it, period" mantra from years ago, which is quite clearly not true. I criticize politicians of all ilk, and when one is caught in a lie, and they double down on it instead of just admitting that they misspoke, they deserved to get mocked, especially when that politician is the most powerful one in the country. Do you disagree? Are you okay with just looking the way on such an outrageous, damaging lie?
As for how I am perceived, in my many years on the internet, I have learned that if you give an opinion on anything related to P/R, someone will always perceive you in a way that does not run parallel with what the reality is, and I can't help that. Maybe the laughing emoticons were a bit over the top, but again, see the last part of the previous paragraph.