California Government to Slip Obamacare Propaganda Into Hollywood Entertainment

President Obama’s chances of reelection in November are seriously in jeopardy as the crowning achievement of his first term in office isn’t exactly popular with the general public. With that knowledge, his loyal Hollywood friends have stooped to the level of indoctrinating the general public through sneaky propaganda in television entertainment in an attempt to shore up votes for him and garner support for Obamacare.

It was recently discovered from a New York Times article that the California state government, in full support of Obamacare, will be approaching various Hollywood television producers to incorporate plots supportive of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) into their shows via the PR firm Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide.  Shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Modern Family” are set to be targeted for adopting the firm’s pro-Obamacare message.

Since Obama can’t seem to sell his message on his own, and the American public is largely opposed to Obamacare (48 percent disapprove of the legislation), his predictably liberal tinsel town friends have ridden in on their proverbial white horses to save the day for their savior-in-chief.

If only we could all have such loyal friends… you know, the type who subtly try to influence the general public through entertainment and convince them that your unpopular and unconstitutional crowning achievement was actually quite brilliant.

Get ready, America– Hollywood, courtesy of the California state government, is about to ask us to turn our heads and cough.

Hat tip: Hot Air

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