NFL Says No to Promoting Obamacare Exchanges – But the Librarians are All In


This whole promoting thing would be hilarious if not so sad.
Check it out:

“National Football League Says ‘No’ to Promoting Obamacare.” We had a story last week that the Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was gonna lean on the NFL to help them promote Obamacare. Now, the first question is, what do they need help promoting Obamacare for? It’s the law of the land. Well, what that meant was, they wanted the NFL to run TV ads and do whatever else to make you think it’s wonderful, because polling data on Obamacare’s at an all-time low.

We’re down to the forties, maybe the mid-thirties in some polls in the number of people who support it. The opposition to Obamacare is at an all-time high, but it is in the process of being implemented. The regime wants to counter the polling data. They want the NFL, the NBA, Major League Baseball, anybody they can find to devote time to running commercial broadcast ads on the wonders of Obamacare and how great it’s gonna be for you and how to go to your exchange and how to sign up and how to start saving money and all that blah, blah, blah.

Because even though it’s being implemented, people are right to be highly suspicious of it. And the regime, hey, they have egos. They want you to love what they’re doing. They’re perfectly satisfied that you have to. They are perfectly satisfied that you have been forced into this, but they want you to love it, too, and they want you to love Obama. They want you to believe things that aren’t true in order that you will love them and it.

So they went to the NFL, others asking for help.



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