Celebrity moms join forces to promote Obamacare

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It’s been a busy week for Obamacare. First, President Barack Obama had that little video on Funny Or Die, then he did a exclusive interview with WebMD. Now, he’s enlisted the help of some celebrity moms. It’s all in a push to get 6 million people signed up by the end of March.

In the ad, the mothers of Jonah Hill, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine tell young people to sign up for health insurance — and do to it for their moms.

“Seriously, do you want your mothers to have a nervous breakdown?” said Sharon Feldstein, the mother of Hill. “You need health insurance.”

Patsy Noah, the mother of Levine, said that “young people feel invincible. And, until something actually happens, they will continue to feel invincible. And unfortunately things do happen.”

And of course, Michelle Obama is in the video too, saying “we nag you because we love you.”

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