Liar in Chief

Organizing for Action

Friend —

You’re probably hearing a lot about Obamacare’s website glitches, especially from health reform’s opponents.

Let’s be clear about this — it’s absolutely frustrating to know that while hundreds of thousands of people have filled out applications for affordable coverage online, there are many who haven’t been able to because of technical problems.

That’s why President Obama recorded a personal message for OFA supporters — he wants to speak directly to you on where we go from here, and why he needs your support even more over the next five months.

Watch the President’s message for you — then join Team Obamacare to help make sure people know the facts about Obamacare.

The President's message for offal

The reality is that Obamacare is more than just a website — it’s a law that is already helping millions of Americans get better, more affordable coverage. And anyone looking to shop for coverage can do so in person or over the phone, as well.

And in spite of everything that’s happened in Washington over the past few weeks, one thing hasn’t changed:

Obamacare is still the law of the land.

Over the next five months, it’s going to be up to people like us to make sure folks know the facts about how to get covered, and how the law is already working for them and their loved ones.

Watch the President’s message just for you, then join Team Obamacare:

http://my.barackobama.com/Message-from-President-Obama

Thanks,

Jon

Jon Carson
Executive Director
Organizing for Action

      
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Dwrench
7 years ago

Bubba is ready to up-chuck already…. oh then Bubba might need a doctor or hospital. Oh wait, Bubba can’t get log onto the ObAmAcArE site to sign up. That rascal Obama. He just told old Bubba to be patient while he dies, just as Alan Grayson predicted. Oh wait, he said the republicans wanted Bubba to die. Boy, old bubba sure is confused…

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