The public opinion of the Obama Care keeps going downhill. This week President Obama will try and gather some public support for the much muddled Obama Care with an announcement of a new campaign to help those who either cannot navigate through the website or to help those whose insurance policies have been canceled get reinstated. The list goes on and on and the public’s opinion of President Obama is at an all-time low. The Affordable Care Act has been under political attack since it first debuted in early October.
During the week, Obama along with his aides will bring to the forefront what they say has been successful under the new law. Some of this success includes provisions that stop insurance companies from discriminating against individuals that have pre-existing health conditions. Another success pointed out by the administration is that young adults up to the age of 26 can stay on their parent’s policies.
In his speech on Tuesday, President Obama is expected to talk at length about the improvements that have been made to the health care website. Although most of the blame for the muddled health care program falls on Obama’s shoulders he also plans to address the lack of assistance from the Republicans who have offered no alternative to help the millions of uninsured Americans across the country.
The White House has announced that now until December 23rd deadline for insurance coverage they will send daily messages by the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic members of Congress to the public through social media, press to try and boost the public’s opinion of Obama Care. By doing this, the President is trying to gain back public perception