Moms: This Is What Your Government Expects of You
Isn’t Obama enough of a nag?
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If you’re a mom of grown children, this is for you.
Did you know that the Obama administration and the state of Rhode Island are counting on you to nag your kids into signing up for Obamacare?
Good old-fashioned guilt and annoyance—that’s the ticket, apparently. But just giving your kids a call or sending them an email isn’t enough.
Rhode Island’s newest strategy is urging mothers to sign up for social networking and even online dating sites to send messages to their children.
The state’s Obamacare exchange has put together the “Nag Toolkit.” The website isn’t subtle. It says, “learn how to be where your kids are. And how to nag them mercilessly.”
If your child is on social networks and apps like Twitter, Snapchat, or Vine, the Nag Toolkit encourages you to get on there, too, and “Tweet ‘get health insurance’ @yourkids.” It sure is a lot of trouble to go to just to say that.