President Obama hasn’t been able to convince young Americans to sign up for insurance coverage through his health reform law’s exchanges. So he’s enlisting the help of two new groups he hopes young adults won’t ignore — kittens and celebrities.
Enroll America, a nonprofit aligned with the Obama administration and led by many of its alumni, just launched a multimillion-dollar ad campaign featuring cats, dogs and birds saying things like: “If you really love me like you say, get yourself health insurance today.”
The likes of Magic Johnson and Will Ferrell, meanwhile, have filmed videos for the White House touting ObamaCare.
As Yaron Brook and I wrote last month, the reason for this desperate attempt is that a central goal of Obamacare is to institute a scheme by which older, less healthy Americans are able to free ride on those younger and healthier for their medical expenses. Read more, here.
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