White House Releases Animated Explanation of ObamaCare

Source: WSJ

As ObamaCare discussions go on and a Government shutdown aimed at preventing its funding is ongoing, the White House releases an animated video on showing the benefits of ObamaCare.

Category: Politics, Video

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5 Responses to “Animated Explanation of ObamaCare”

  1. Willy2 says:

    Karl Denninger has his own take on “Obamacare” and he doesn’t “beat around the bush”. Hedoesn’t like what he sees.


  2. cbatchelor says:

    The version of this video above is posted from the WSJ.com. It’s edited at the end by about 30 seconds. View the entire video on YouTube here:

  3. Livermore Shimervore says:

    I really wish Obama would have called this Heritage Care. To make it clear that mandatory insurance (or a penalty costing less than the insurance itself) was a 100% Republican/Conservative goal for U.S. healthcare. Mitt Romney was on video saying “[mandates? Well the ONLY way we can get costs under control is get everyone into the insurance system]“. When RomneyCare became Mass law the now Grand Puba of the Tea Party right wing Jim Demint said “we should do this (mandatory insurance) for the rest of America”. When Rick Santorum put out his plan (MediSave) it was also a mandatory insurance program. The two major healthcare plans that came out of the Republican Congress in the 1990′s from Senator Wyden and their Republican leadership, all demanded that every American buy insurance. Fast forward to 2013 and all of those same right wing Republicans are msyteriously against what they were pushing for years, never once questioning whether a “penalty or buy insurance” law was unconstitutional. There is no way around the fact that if you mandate health insurance coverage, like the Republicand did pre-Obama, then you must provide an exchange (Obamacare in a nutshell), either at the federal level or at least at the state level. Short memories become govt shut downs…

    • Greg0658 says:

      well .. thats a deep subject – sometimes wet – sometimes dry -
      but but it really matters who’s in charge of the drill down – to the success of the operation
      (for the purpose of A’s or B’s benefit) / as there are many ways to succeed in this world

    • willid3 says:

      well you know, the other guy was pushing it. so it must be bad. and short of doing this, the only real option to control costs would have been a public option. but we can’t have that as to many would actually get health care. and that just wouldnt do. now wondering why the GOP pushed the closure of the government now, when O care was just starting up, when it was most likely to have problems with that. because now the big news is the shutdown. issues in O care as a side line now at best