Skip to comments.Cash prizes for signing up for Obamacare?
Posted on 03/14/2014 3:26:01 PM PDT by Libloather
With roughly two weeks left in the open enrollment period for health insurance, some groups are trying to sell Obamacare to young people in terms they might actually understand: music, comedy, and cash.
Young Invincibles, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C. that is focused on the economic issues affecting young adults, launched a sweepstakes last week where it is awarding a cash prize of $1,200 enough to potentially cover a year's worth of health insurance premiums for a young adult to people who download their health care app or submit a card in the mail.
The contest runs through the fall, but by launching it now, organizers hope young people who download the app can use it to learn more about whether they qualify for financial assistance and where they should go to sign up.
(Excerpt) Read more at money.msn.com ...
Obamacare lotteries? Hahaha. No more weird than talk-show promos by the Prez.
That is F’n BS and Congress better off their sorry arses and defund this BS right now — We the citizens did not authorize our government to hand out prizes...this is BS and the rino’s had better get outraged. Waste, fraud, and abuse.
sure this isn’t satire???
My tax money going for this???
These cash prizes really bring the question of ‘what is your health worth’ to the forefront.
Did the taxpayers contribute to this lottery voluntarily?
if you want to keep your doctor
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