America: Michelle Obama needs $10 more to save Obamacare

America: Michelle Obama needs $10 more to save Obamacare

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Michelle Obama needs your help
Michelle Obama needs your help

WASHINGTON, January 28, 2014 — First Lady Michelle Obama sent a fundraising letter to supporters Monday in advance of the President’s State of the Union Address asking for yet another handout — this time to save Obamacare.

Friend —

Earlier this month, because of what you did, it became illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against the up to 129 million Americans living with pre-existing conditions. Young Americans are able to stay on their parents’ health care plans as they get on their feet, and we can now know that our insurance companies won’t put lifetime caps on our coverage.

You should be so proud of that. That happened because you organized, you talked to your friends and neighbors, and you chipped in what you could, when you could, to elect Barack and a Congress who supported his agenda.

Today, I’m asking you to do it again.

So before Barack gives his State of the Union address tomorrow, chip in $10 or more and help protect Obamacare:

Thank you so much,


The administration had been saying that Obamacare is progressing very well. The White House website promises the only changes you will see if you already have healthcare are new benefits, better protections from the abuse of insurance companies, and more value for every dollar you spend on healthcare. In fact, the site still says “If you like your plan you can keep it and you don’t have to change a thing due to the health care law, ” though millions of Americans now know that to be untrue.

But be quick; don’t waste a minute. The First Lady needs your help as soon as possible to save Barack’s plan. Nevermind that you’ve lost your insurance. Just give them $10 more so somebody else can get theirs.

Because apparently things aren’t going as well as the media would have you believe.

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