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Michelle Obama: Can you spare at least $10 to help protect Obamacare?

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By Doug Powers  •  January 28, 2014 01:05 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

The Dems sent out a fundraising letter yesterday. In it, Michelle Obama asked for at least $10 to “help protect Obamacare.”

This is like raising money to protect icebergs from ships:

Earlier this month, because of what you did, it became illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against the up to 129 million Americans living with pre-existing conditions. Young Americans are able to stay on their parents’ health care plans as they get on their feet, and we can now know that our insurance companies won’t put lifetime caps on our coverage.

You should be so proud of that. That happened because you organized, you talked to your friends and neighbors, and you chipped in what you could, when you could, to elect Barack and a Congress who supported his agenda.

Today, I’m asking you to do it again.

So before Barack gives his State of the Union address tomorrow, chip in $10 or more and help protect Obamacare:

To make sure your donation check arrives undamaged, wrap it securely in your insurance cancellation letter.

**Written by Doug Powers

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