Monday, July 1, 2013

California Teens, Librarians To Assist ObamaCare “Education”

Can anyone say “Indoctrination”?

This weekend, Fox News had two reports about groups that are being utilized to promote and educate the public regarding ObamaCare: California teens and librarians.

The Heartland Institute reported that there was a grant of almost $1 Million to the Los Angeles Unified School System. The primary objective of the grant: “Teens trained to be messengers to family members” about the benefits of ObamaCare.
The pilot program, will see if kids can be trained to “deliver outreach and limited education to family and friends.”

Sunday, the White House unveiled a new initiative to use upt o 17,000 U.S. Libraries to promote ObamaCare. The partnership with the American Library Association will utilize public access computers to provide information regarding health insurance options under ObamaCare.

Libraries can participate in a number of ways including setting their home pages on HealthCare.gov, the Federal web site that provides information on ObamaCare.
It is estimated that as many as 28 million Americans receive health care information from public access computers in libraries.

This week, the NFL decided to not participate in the promotion of ObamaCare.

1 comment:

  1. As a librarian, it's my job to provide access to information, especially information as important as healthcare. Like it or not, "Obamacare" is coming. Ignorance of its many confusing elements won't help anyone. It's my job to fight ignorance--giving people information is not indoctrination into any particular mode of thinking. If it was a Republican built health care program, we'd be obligated to do the same thing.

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