Obama administration and campaign embrace “Obamacare” label

Yup, all of a sudden it’s completely acceptable, even though within the past few weeks Democrat representatives have referred to the Obamacare label as “disparaging” and should not be used.

From a campaign email sent out at about noon today.

It’s the two-year anniversary of health care reform, better known as Obamacare.

The fact is President Obama does care — that’s why he fought so hard to make sure that millions of Americans got better coverage.

Here’s a way to show you’re proud of that fight and ready to protect what we’ve accomplished.

Check out the new “I like Obamacare” T-shirt, and get one for yourself or a friend with a donation of $30 or more:

Two years ago, we did something incredible. We took on a broken system and made it work for millions more people.

Soon no one will be turned away from coverage for having a pre-existing condition.

Young people can stay on their parents’ insurance until they are 26 and more ready to be self-sufficient.

Women will no longer be charged more than men for the same coverage.

No one who’s sick will have to face a lifetime cap on what their insurance will cover.

Millions of people can now afford to get the preventive care they need.

And more.

I like that.

If you like it, too, then get one of these new T-shirts — and show everyone that you’re still in this fight:




Rufus Gifford

National Finance Director

Obama for America

14 replies
  1. Lynn
    Lynn says:

    President Obama is so lucky that we call his Health care reform plan Obamacare. Even his millions of silly stooges can’t say a plan estimated to cost $1.083 trillion by CBO? over the next decade is an “Affordable Health Care Act”. Or can they?

  2. liz2012
    liz2012 says:

    True story:? I recently met with a patient and the patient’s spouse.? Both are unemployed and both have no health insurance.? When I spoke with them about their financial situation, the spouse said that he is still waiting for Obama to give him a job and health insurance.? He said that the only reason he voted for Obama is because he was promised a job and health insurance.? It is truly sad to witness how disillusioned people are with regard to this President.? Additionally, as most of us already know, further implementation of? “Obamacare” will only make things worse? – with respect to both health care costs as well as our personal freedom.

  3. PatRiot
    PatRiot says:

    I don’t see this?sales effort working.??
    In 2007 there were?Obama 2008 stickers everywhere I looked.? I’ve seen 3 Obama 2012 stickers – 3.?

  4. dairyair
    dairyair says:

    Re: stickers. Lots of people who got hoodwinked and bamboozled? in ’08 never took the stickers off their cars…and that what worries me.

  5. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    “Another rumpswab for ?bamacare!”? would make a nice tee shirt!? Any one stupid enough to run around parading their lack of intellectual skills by keeping an ?bama sticker on their car would wear it with pride!
    I see old ?bama stickers next to Kerry/Edwards stickers, Deval Patrick stickers, and the inevitable “Coexist” sticker.?? You can just smell the patchouli mixed with clove cigarettes and BO…..

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