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Celebrity Tweets Show Support of ‘ObamaCare’ Passage

Everyone has an opinion about the Affordable Care Act, but few have a voice as loud as the Hollywood set. Celebrities tend to lean toward a more liberal viewpoint, not everyone supports the recent health care efforts of the president or the Supreme Court.

Those in support of the Act that has been labeled as “Obamacare” included The Talk’s Holly Robinson Peete, who Tweeted, “We are required to have car insurance. Isn’t a mandate to have health insurance a similar concept?? What are your thoughts? #peetepoll”.

The ever outspoken filmmaker Michael Moore Tweeted, “Most impt part of Obama victory today is that insurance companies can no longer deny coverage because someone has a pre-existing condition.” In a separate post, he shouted out a verbiage correction. “It’s not ‘Obamacare’ – it’s Obama Cares.”

And Cher didn’t want to miss any of the breaking news that day. Set alarm 2hear Supreme court decision on pres Obama’s health plan!” And was quick to share the news with this Tweet, “It WAS UP HELD! I literally jumped out of bed started doing snoopy dance.”

MC Hammer says Romney’s camp can’t touch this as a ploy to gain voters. “Strategy: Positioning this as a threat to lower income majority won’t gain any new voters, that card has already been played. #SCOTUS”

However, with all of this powerful support, there have to be dissenters. Alec Baldwin was quick to point out the economic repercussions of the bill’s passing. “Strategy: Positioning this as a threat to lower income majority won’t gain any new voters, that card has already been played. #SCOTUS” Meaning, oil prices would rise taking with them gas, groceries, and other related living expenses.

And to those who object the new health care law, Christina Applegate tried to educate them. “Um, for those who want to move to Canada because of ObamaCare, you may want to look up Canada healthcare on Wikipedia. Just saying’.”

Famous or not, for it or against it, comedian Lewis Black summed up the day best with this Tweet: “The Supreme Court has rendered its decision on healthcare. Let the screaming and whining begin.”

As Jason Alexander pointed out on his Twitter, the law is far from perfect, but President Obama kept his promise to get us moving in the right direction. Health care is a right, not a privilege, and the citizens of one of the most advanced nations in the world will finally have access to that right.

8 Comments

  1. Robert L. Windham
    Posted July 29, 2012 at 3:34 am | Permalink

    President Obama MUST Win !! Romney Is totally UNQUALIFIED to be President of The United States of America !!!!

  2. Posted August 1, 2012 at 3:54 pm | Permalink

    Well, we all know that most celebrities are dopes.

  3. Rich Hawley
    Posted August 11, 2012 at 7:43 pm | Permalink

    Just goes to show you you can be a moron and still make it in show biz. These buffoons are not bright enough to see B O is the next coming of Fidel Castro!

  4. Rich Hawley
    Posted August 11, 2012 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

    Since these not too bright’s don’t raise their own kids or worry about high taxes the notion of a future Ameritopia does not concern them in the least. Shame on you Comrads.

  5. elias .
    Posted August 18, 2012 at 6:47 pm | Permalink

    every one’s got a right to access health care,now we can’t wait!!!

  6. Edward Morara
    Posted August 22, 2012 at 7:16 am | Permalink

    Its an eye opener, to not only Americans, but also the whole world.

  7. TITATANG KINGSLEY
    Posted August 22, 2012 at 2:02 pm | Permalink

    I know one think for sure about what the White House Race is all about-the black colour makes the white colour nervous but what is important to note is this truth-Obama is the pride of almost 75% of the World’s viewers of his humane touch to all.
    He may not be perfect like other human beings but he has goals that can make people proud of America and I dove my heart to his clevoyance in the diplomacy of World Politics-his concern is not for self but for all to feel the pinch of God’s love.
    I call on all Americans of good standing to give him their votes in November for a stable follow up to the plans he has for the world.If some people are too rich and others are too poor and cannot afford even a meal on their table then the greed has reached a proportion that we need such a fine brain to come in.God bless Obama and the family of Democrats who are behind him for posterity to judge.

  8. TITATANG KINGSLEY
    Posted September 7, 2012 at 5:16 am | Permalink

    The speech of 8 pages made by President Barack Obama is great testimony that he lives and know the worries of his people and is humble to lean on hope for a better tomorrow for all.
    Never in history have we ever seen such an open but truthful speech touching almost all the areas of human concern without any iota of doubt and his simplicity makes him great.
    Mr.Bill Clinton is a great mind for the world and not to talk of Mrs.Michelle Obama who makes me wonder in her speech and dressing out fit-she is a down to earth lady and even her children.God has placed an eye on this great mind to bring hope in a dark world where the disparity is too high with the few rich wanting to keep the majority poor in a beggar state all through life.God help us to see the oppressed like the Widows,orphans and street vendors as our primary focus for a better tomorrow.Mr.Obama,you have been grayed because of the World’s problems and not only that of America.Remain focused and God will take you to a meaningful position.
    Rev.Titatang Kingsley
    PCC Nkambe,Cameroon

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