Obama Recruits YouTube 'Stars' to Push ObamaCare to Twenty-Somethings

President Barack Obama had Hollywood in his back pocket when it came time to spread the news about ObamaCare.

That was Oct. 1, 2013, the day we started to learn about the disastrous ObamaCare web site.

Now, not long after reports that Obama is struggling to get A-listers on board with the ObamaCare push, the president has called in the heavy hitters.

Iman Crosson. Hannah Hart. Tyler Oakley.

If those names don't ring a bell, it could be because you're not plugged in to the current wave of YouTube stars.

The president's latest video push for his struggling health care reform recruits several YouTube personalities to help him market his agenda. The three online video players talk about the need to instruct young people about the benefits to signing up to ObamaCare.

Left unsaid--the various health care web sites remain problematic and a raft of other problems associated with the reform from losing your favorite doctors to higher costs.



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