Monday, December 16, 2013

We need our best folks on this - that's you, Robert

Organizing for Action
Robert --

There are groups in Washington right now who will spend as much as they can -- and yell as loud as they can -- to try to convince Americans that we should dismantle health care reform. They want us to go back to the days with no basic consumer protections when it came to insurance.

Try telling that to the more than 1.2 million Americans who've signed up for coverage thanks to Obamacare.

It doesn't matter how much money the other side will spend -- there are more of us, and we know the truth about how this law is helping people.

But we need our best folks -- people like you -- to be part of this fight. If you've been waiting to get off the sidelines, the time to join Team Obamacare is now.

Over the next weeks and months, we're going to be working with volunteers and partner organizations across the country to make sure the real story about Obamacare is being told. This law is changing lives -- helping people get better, more affordable coverage. People who have never had access to health insurance will now have it, and some of the worst injustices practiced by the insurance industry will be relegated to the history books.

That's why so many of us fought for years to pass reform, and it's why we won't stop fighting now in the face of well-funded opposition.

You should be part of this -- join Team Obamacare, Robert:



Lindsay Siler
National Director of Issue Campaigns
Organizing for Action

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