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Anyone with half a brain realizes that Barack Obama’s policies can’t stand on their own merit.

That’s why, in order to convince Americans to accept what they deplore, our immature star-struck president must once again recruit the glitterati to arm-twist the easily-convinced American public into agreeing with him.

Now, fully aware that 49% of the American public rejects his spiffed-up, Cuban-style, healthcare reform, the president is signing on a posse of airheads to tell America what they should think.  The problem is that not a one of Hollywood’s celebrity class will need Obamacare because all of them, much like the president, can afford to pay for their own health care with the gazillions of dollars they make doing mindless things like acting, singing, and chasing around balls.

Television sitcoms have already agreed to ramp up the propaganda by writing Obamacare into scripts.  Not only that, but even now, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is on the propaganda circuit and announced that she’s hoping to convince the NFL and NBA to help promote Obamacare.

Yeah, but come on people, isn’t it pathetic that Barack Obama feels better about himself when washed-up, menopausal sleazeballs like Madonna validate his liberal agenda?  What’s even more annoying is that he expects everyone else to abandon their discernment and agree with what they intrinsically disagree with, just because Sarah Jessica Parker and Spike Lee say they should.

So with celebrity coercion in mind, the White House is preparing for the Obamacare rollout by enlisting people who probably couldn’t put together a coherent sentence if it wasn’t printed on a script, set to music, or scrolling by on a Teleprompter.

Clinton White House veteran and president of Global Philanthropy Group, Trevor Neilson, is currently in push-Obamacare talks with the White House.  Neilson’s GPG website says, “Bono once said, the world is more malleable than you think and it’s waiting for you to hammer it into shape.’ We agree.”

That’s why Mr. Neilson and his clients are “looking at ways to be involved” in helping Barack Obama hammer that final nail into the coffin of America’s once-superior health care system.

The question is: Why hammer the world into shape by forcing the unwilling to do what they wholeheartedly reject?

Regardless of the answer, Neilson represents geniuses like ‘border security brain-storming expert’/Obama 2012 campaign co-chair Eva Longoria and crooner John Legend.  Mr. Neilson believes that the “White House is very wise to identify partners to help market the Affordable Care Act,” and who better than a Desperate Housewife who makes chunky guacamole?

According to the eager Mr. Neilson, “Just like any good product, when people are aware of the many benefits it provides, there will be increased demand.”  The problem is that the product isn’t good and a majority of people is already aware of Obamacare’s non-benefits, and while there is increased demand, it’s an increased demand to repeal it.

So regardless of how many Hollywood liberals Obama enlists to convince us that Obamacare is a wonderful thing, unless Scarlett Johansson, out of heartfelt belief in the quality of the Obamacare product, willingly relinquishes her Cadillac policy and signs on to an Affordable Care Act health exchange, it would be best if she and her liberal friends continue playing make-believe with something besides our lives.

 

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  • http://twitter.com/TeekeeMon/ TeekeeMon

    61 percent of respondents favored allowing young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance plans until age 26.

    72 percent of respondents wish to maintain the
    requirement that companies with more than 50 workers provide health
    insurance for their employees.

    82 percent of respondents favored banning insurance companies from denying coverage to people with pre-existing conditions.

    Ironically, the only provision in ObamaCare that drags down approval of the policy as a complete package… is the individual mandate… the “personal responsibility” aspect of the law which was brought to the table by the Heritage Foundation, Newt Gingrich… and the pilot trendsetter himself… Mitt Romney.

    Do try to be accurate in future depictions of what people ACTUALLY “deplore” about the bill.

    • willie1955

      the facts are put out there its just people like you choose to ignore the facts and put your own spin on things and the people who were asked were all on the kool aid train no polls or questionairs are ever done with a cross section of people.

      • http://twitter.com/TeekeeMon/ TeekeeMon

        That’s just one poll. Multiple polls have shown the same results.

        When asked on the separate provisions in the law… many are VERY popular. Same results for RomneyCare in MA. (Boehner wanted to keep these three provisions even if he overturned the rest).

        And similarly, multiple polls have demonstrated that the highly unpopular provision is the individual mandate. Gee, a provision that makes people be “personally responsible” and be grown ups about health insurance is something people don’t like? SHOCKER!

        Moreover… multiple polls have also shown that typically (up to) 14% of the opposition to the overall package as a whole… was that it wasn’t liberal enough.

        I just think if someone is reporting on this… as the post above… they should be completely honest about what people like and don’t like about the ACA.

        • Angela Granger

          How many of the people who support Obamacare have actually READ the law? I did read it and I don’t support it, which is more than can be said for every politician, including Obama, who signed off on it but proceeded to exempt themselves from it. Installing additional bureaucracies to dictate how much you have to spend on health care doesn’t prevent pharmaceutical companies from keeping exclusive patents on drugs indefinitely or allow doctors to charge $100k for a medical procedure. There is also zero incentive for medical researchers to actually develop cures to various illnesses, simply perpetuate chronic treatment. And I sure don’t like the idea that these newly created bureaucracies who are accountable to nobody are mandated to create a national database of everyone’s medical and financial records which will be shared with other government agencies. Especially knowing that information will be used by the government to target political enemies.

    • Pase’ Doble

      Source please, polling questions please, demographics please, date of poll please…. Here’s my poll question, ” Would you support expanded background checks if it prevented a criminal from blowing your head off? I could get 90%+ if I called Newton, MA and spoke to first time mothers with children under 10. Just sayin.