Millions of Young Americans Refusing to Enroll in Obamacare

Thursday, January 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

Feds use social networks, Lady Gaga to sell unpopular healthcare program

Kurt Nimmo
January 2, 2013

Poll after poll indicate young people are disillusioned with Obamacare. In early December, a Harvard University Institute of Politics poll found that 56% of Americans between the ages of 18 to 29 reject of Obamacare, compared to a meager 39% who support the law. Moreover, so-called millennial respondents believe the law will degrade the quality of health care and significantly raise prices.

“We’re now seeing a sea change among this critical demographic,” Trey Grayson, the director of the institute, told Time magazine. “You’re seeing cracks in his base.”

The government says the failure of the young demographic to purchase “Brosurance” through federally run marketplaces will spell doom for the program.

In response to this dwindling support, the Obama administration is spending millions of tax payer dollars on “racy ads, social media campaigns and celebrity endorsements” including Lady Gaga to convince so-called “young invincibles” to sign-up, according to the Associated Press. Obama is even asking the mothers of young people to urge them to sign-up. “Moms can tell young people who think they’re invincible that they’re not and prod them to at least get information,” Obama recently told a group of mothers visiting the White House.

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