If they want people to get covered, why are they getting naked and scaring the daylights out of people?
Obamacare organizers in Colorado are taking Obamacare promotion to a new low – at least in terms of their dress code.
A health insurance provider is sending 20-something activists out on the streets of Denver in their underwear to persuade young people to ‘get covered.’
The resulting photos and video footage, which the organization published on Instagram this week, has a protest flavor that comes complete with a Twitter hashtag: #getcoveredCO.
And U.S. taxpayers are footing the bill for the risque street performances through a federal government loan.
ColoradoHealthOP, a statewide insurance co-op that favors full enrollment in Obamacare and sells the policies through the state’s exchange, says it was ‘approved for federal funding within the Affordable Care Act in July 2012.’
The group’s Instagram photos show a cadre of five college-age activists in their skivvies, carrying strategically placed ‘Get Covered’ signs while they talk to their recruitment targets.
The Affordable Care Act’s coverage model depends on enrolling 7 million Americans, including at least 2.5 million young people.
Just the other day Obama claimed 50 million people had no insurance. So if only 7 million people sign up for this mess, what happens to the other 43 million? Meanwhile, the so-called War on Women crowd doesn’t seem to have a problem with putting women in cages to pimp ObamaCare. Very strange: