Celebrity Propagandists Sign Up To Help Promote ObamaCare
Well what a surprise. Hollywood is coming to Obama’s rescue once again to help him promote the national nightmare known as the Affordable Care Act.
Obama meets with celebs who want to promote Obamacare
(CNN) – President Barack Obama, hoping to pitch his signature health care law to younger Americans, will get some help from a cadre of Hollywood stars who have volunteered to help promote Obamacare’s insurance exchanges that open on October 1.
At a meeting at the White House Monday, a group that included singer Jennifer Hudson and actors Kal Penn and Amy Poehler heard Obama extol the benefits his health care law offers young people, whose participation in the exchanges is seen as essential for their long-term viability.
“The President stopped by the meeting to engage artists who expressed an interest in helping to educate the public about the benefits of the health law,” a White House official said. “The reach of these national stars spreads beyond the beltway to fans of their television shows, movies, and music – and the power of these artists to speak through social media is especially critical.”
Here’s more from Breitbart…
Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die Preps Propaganda Videos to Promote ObamaCare
Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die web site veers between laugh-free satire, obvious swipes at conservatives and material that avoids mocking the current president at all costs.
Now, Ferrell’s liberal content portal is aligning with President Barack Obama’s push to promote his signature health care legislation. The site will create propaganda videos meant to boost the unpopular law with young voters, or rather, citizens.
Also on board for the propaganda push–fading media mogul Oprah Winfrey, the talk show host who pushed Obama’s presidency on her viewers during the waning days of her syndicated chat-fest.
Of course, there’s a simple explanation for celebrity support of ObamaCare. People who make $20 million dollars a movie will never have to wait on a list for a hip replacement or an organ transplant.
Neither will the Washington, DC insiders they support.