Pop Star to Sing ObamaCare Songs
by Tom McGregor    Sat, Feb 18, 2012, 01:34 AM

Pop singer Blink-182's Mark Hoppus loves ObamaCare so much that he's ready to launch a new musical genre and sing the propaganda praises of President Barack Obama. He's following in the footsteps of elementary school students who sing about the President when Obama visits them.

The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus and his family moved across the pond to London in August 2011 for a change of scenery from Southern California. In an interview with BBC Radio Five Live. Hoppus described his admiration for the UK's National Health Service."

The Pop singer told the BBC that, "we've been living here since August and we’ve had a few occasions to go to the NHS and it is a far superior experience here than it is dealing with the bureaucracy of medicine in the United States. Granted we've only had minor, you know scrapes or stuff like that we haven’t had any kind of like an operation or anything that’s needed hospitalization."

According to the Houston Chronicle, "opponents of socialized health care argue about wait times and poorer quality of service. Hoppus describes his experience as nothing but positive."

Blink-182 will launch its ObamaCare musical tour in Europe this summer and later on he will embark on a North American tour to inspire US voters to re-elect Obama to the White House.

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written by Ken Dickson , February 19, 2012

Now here is a real image for Obama! Why not follow this genius' advice as he is such an authority! If we should listen to such "nothings", we already have reached the "utopia of dumbing down of America"!

written by Realist , February 20, 2012

You white folks over there at the Dallas Blog. Man, your keeping me laughing with this media propaganda. This could be a good blog if it focused on real pertinent issues that affect every day living.

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