Hollywood’s attempt to sell ObamaCare to the American people didn’t fair much better than the actual legislation did.
One mega-star, Lady Gaga, bungled the web site’s address in a tweet. Another A-lister, Will Ferrell, instructed his comedy site to extol how easy the legislation’s Web site is to use at a time when the site was barely functional.
And then … silence.
Now, Enroll America says the second wave of celebrity propaganda is about to commence. And the first star out of the gate to sell the legislation? Lady Gaga? Amy Poehler? Beyonce?
Wilmer Valderrama of That ’70s Show fame.
The actor’s resume following his breakout Fox role has lacked the stature of his ’70s days, filled with supporting parts (Larry Crowne) and voice animation work (Handy Manny).
Will A-list celebrities reboot their plans to hawk the legislation to the masses, or might celebrities see ObamaCare’s plunging poll numbers, shockingly high deductibles and security lapses and decide to sit this battle out?