Most of this article is nothing new, until you get to this:
FreedomWorks and Americans for Prosperity, a conservative issue group financed by billionaire brothers David and Charles Koch, known for funding conservative causes, are planning separate media and grassroots campaigns aimed at adults in their 20s and 30s - the very people Obama needs to have sign up for healthcare coverage in new online insurance exchanges if his reforms are to succeed.
“We’re trying to make it socially acceptable to skip the exchange,” said Dean Clancy, vice president for public policy at FreedomWorks, which boasts 6 million supporters. The group is designing a symbolic “Obamacare card” that college students can burn during campus protests.
Seriously? You think there’s going to be a college movement to burn “Obamacare cards”? Wow. Talk about living in the bubble.
I also appreciate noting that FreedomWorks has 6 million supporters, skipping over that only a scant few are actually in college.