Dems Unite to Push ObamaCare in Last-Ditch Effort

Good luck with that. We can hope they keep standing by ObamaCare and get flushed in the fall.
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The White House, joined by Democratic senators and congressmen, is mounting a three-part effort to push for Obamacare enrollment in the last week before open enrollment ends.

The push will include using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media with the hashtag #healthcare4all; events at which lawmakers will speak in honor of the program’s fourth anniversary; and speeches on the Senate floor lauding the program. The effort is the result of plans from White House, House, and Senate “healthcare strike teams” formed after the Obamacare rollout failed. Packets that delineate the benefits each state will receive as the result of Obamacare have been handed out to lawmakers so they can make the pitch to their constituents. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) chimed in with extra data and sample language.

One sample piece of supposed data is from federal health officials, who claim that almost eight million seniors have together saved $9.9 billion on drugs since Obamacare went into effect. The White House is planning to tweet a series of six graphics that will display certain benefits of Obamacare, including the jettisoning of lifetime limits, the acceptance of those with preexisting conditions as enrollees, and free birth control and mammograms. Barack Obama is including in the graphics an image of his signature on the Obamacare bill.



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