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David Axelrod: ´Angry´ ObamaCare opponents
are ´more mobilized´ for the 2014 elections

Washington Examiner, by Justin Green

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Posted By:mambo 5, 4/21/2014 4:47:46 PM

"Angry" Obamacare opponents are "more mobilized" for the 2014 midterm elections than the health care law´s beneficiaries, according to a longtime adviser to President Obama. David Axelrod, an Obama veteran who is now advising Britain´s Labour Party, told the New York Times that Obamacare suffers from a public perception problem. Obamacare is viewed "more as a social welfare program than a social insurance program," Axelrod said, "but that's not right because it is social insurance." Axelrod's distinction is questionable given the massive Medicaid expansion within Obamacare,

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"social insurance"...LOL...more pig lipsticking!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: BaseballFan, 4/21/2014 6:06:47 PM     (No. 9819242)

Well clearly they must be racists, so the debate is over!

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Washington Examiner, by Justin Green    Original Article
Posted By: mambo 5- 4/21/2014 4:47:46 PM     Post Reply
"Angry" Obamacare opponents are "more mobilized" for the 2014 midterm elections than the health care law´s beneficiaries, according to a longtime adviser to President Obama. David Axelrod, an Obama veteran who is now advising Britain´s Labour Party, told the New York Times that Obamacare suffers from a public perception problem. Obamacare is viewed "more as a social welfare program than a social insurance program," Axelrod said, "but that's not right because it is social insurance." Axelrod's distinction is questionable given the massive Medicaid expansion within Obamacare,



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