STOP WITH THE SHILLING OF OBAMACARE … Obama Team Uses March Madness to Sell Health Care Plan
These people will find a way to destroy anything fun … Obamacare Bracketology … STOP THE MADNESS!!!
As if Obamacare is not already the most over-marketed product ever. Now the Obama administration are launching a new marketing campaign wrapped around the NCAA men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments. Seriously? First of all, Obama should not be filling out NCAA brackets. I would like to think that the President of the United States might have more important things to do. At least, he better! Also, stop attempting to pick winners and losers. With your track record, it has been mainly losers. Could we Americans just have something that is free from Obamacare? Please, we beg you!!!
For the Obama administration, March Madness is another chance to press young people — particularly young men — to sign up for health care.
Health care officials are launching a new marketing campaign wrapped around the NCAA men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments that start this week.
Starting Monday, Obama, some of his aides and celebrity athletes who back the health care plan will conduct interviews, make public service ads and use social media appeals as a key deadline looms on March 31.
Citing the popularity of college basketball during the tournament season known as March Madness, White House senior communications adviser Tara McGuinness said, “We’re putting on a full-court press to remind our fellow fans that there are two weeks left to sign up for quality, affordable health insurance.”
Posted March 17, 2014 by Scared Monkeys
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Actually, with our American ‘Pravda’ securely in his pocket, Obama
himself is the most over-marketed product I have ever seen.
I think it was Charles Krauthammer who asked to hear just
one named accomplishment of Mrs. Clinton (not a bunch, just one).
No answers were forthcoming. The same question could be asked
about Obama with a similar result expected!