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Too Bad This is NOT a Joke…

April 13, 2012

No Joke: HHS Secretary Sebelius Asks Al Sharpton To Help Defend Obamacare…

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I can hear it now: “Listen up punk faggots this is Al Sharpton, support Obamacare. Resist we much.”

(Reuters) — A top U.S. administration official asked civil rights activists on Thursday to help defend President Barack Obama’s embattled healthcare law, saying the reform package faces an “enemy” determined to set American health policy back half a century.

The remarks in a charged election year come two months before the Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling that could make or break the law.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius sought to cast the two-year-old reform law as a vital weapon against racial disparities that have long condemned U.S. minorities to higher infant mortality rates, shorter lifespans and limited access to medical services.

“The enemy is at the door and we know that they would like to dismantle these initiatives,” Sebelius told the annual convention of the National Action Network, a civil rights group led by the Rev. Al Sharpton.

“Healthcare inequalities have been one of the most persistent forms of injustice,” she said. “Now is not the time to turn back.”

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