An article in The Wall Street Journal notes: “Across the board, young people are interested in taking action by participating in volunteer opportunities offered through nonprofit young professional groups.” Let us help someone with our hands not through a complicated online process! Anyways, this healthcare effort is already proving true to be one more big government idea that does not work.
This op-ed piece goes on to say: “The administration seems to think the reason why Millennials are hesitant to sign up is because of a lack of persuasive messaging. But the problem isn't with the administration's sales tactics -- it's with the product itself...Sadly, the administration doesn’t seem to have figured out that just talking about Obamacare differently isn’t going to make it more attractive to young people...This latest campaign also is more evidence that liberals view young people as children.” (Emphasis mine.)
If you really cared about us, you would ensure your team understood us. But you don’t and you didn’t. So, we’re checking out. You’re on your own on this one.
Author note: As I was preparing this piece, an article came out from The Fiscal Times praising the results of a CNN poll that Millennials have hope in President Obama’s healthcare plan. Before you believe the data, consider where the poll came from.