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I offer two approaches to promote “The Affordable Care Act”. I am not in the advertising business, so anyone who thinks an approach worthy may use the approach to promote “The Affordable Care Act”. The first is directed to people in Republican States that refuse to engage in keeping their citizens healthy.
The Second is directed to young people who believe they can wait until they become ill to join “OBAMACARES”.
1. The Affordable Care Act is not “OBAMACARE”. It is “OBAMACARES”, and he cares for your health. Those states that oppose “OBAMACARES” don’t care. Because those states don’t care they condemn some of their citizens, perhaps your friend, or friend’s child, or your mother or your father, or your cousin or your neighbor or you to be less healthy, to remain in pain or die. That is a statistical fact!
Write or call your representative to tell him that you care. Tell them to SUPPORT “OBAMACARES” OR YOU’LL VOTE FOR SOMEONE WHO DOES CARE.
2. It’s not “OBAMACARE” it’s “OBAMACARES” and he cares for your health. Support “OBAMACARES” and keep your health and the health of an older friend, friend’s child, parent, cousin or neighbor by enrolling in “OBAMACARES” today. You can ease someone’s pain or even save someone’s life. Be a contributor to the health of America. Start a tradition that will continue well into your old age. Enroll in “OBAMACARES” and show that you care.