As the people of Port Clinton showed, it does mean a little bit more.
On Wednesday, the White House announced that 174 West Virginians had signed up for Obamacare under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Meanwhile, notices of cancellation were sent to 8,800 West Virginians, meaning the president's statement that you could keep your health plan, period, just isn't the case.
Obviously the demand was overstated. Surely if 45.7 million "uninsured" Americans really wanted coverage, more would have signed up despite website issues.
The problem with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is Americans left it up to millionaire senators and congressmen and a millionaire president to decide what is affordable.
Tuesday celebrates one of the most remarkable inventions ever, one that easily doubled the life expectancy of everyone on Earth.
The commode - the head of the modern sanitation system - has done more to save lives than all the doctors ever born. More than 5 billion people now have a toilet of some sort to properly and safely dispose of their human waste.
But that is not good enough. According to organizers, some 2.5 billion people still do not have a proper water closet.
"Since its inception in 2001, World Toilet Day has become an important platform to demand action from governments and to reach out to wider audiences by showing that toilets can be fun and sexy as well as vital to life," organizers said in a press release.
Every man is a king in his castle. Now it is time to help every king have a throne.