Because after four years of learning about the joys of ObamaCare what we need is an army of Obama zombies telling us how wonderful it is.
The political advocacy group born from President Obama’s re-election campaign debuted its first television advertisement Monday, a spot designed to highlight the benefits of President Obama’s signature health care law.
The 30-second campaign-style spot from Organizing for Action touts instances of Americans benefiting from aspects of the legislation, profiling a doctor who is treating more senior patients and a man who received a rebate from his insurer.
“Better coverage and lower costs, that’s what Obamacare means for them,” the ad’s narrator says.
OFA said that the ad would be coupled with an “education effort” undertaken by some 800 summer fellows who would extoll the virtues of the legislation as it moved to full implementation.
In a memo obtained by Politico, OFA executive director Jon Carson said the volunteers would play a crucial roll in the rollout of Obamacare.
“Being equipped with this army of fellows will enhance our ability to engage with Americans across the country and educate them about the benefits of the new healthcare law,” Carson wrote.
Here’s how we envision this “education effort” going:
Obama Zombie: You’re going to save money and love ObamaCare.
Patient: But it’s costing me more with less choice.
Obama Zombie: You’re racist.