WH: Send These Obamacare Ads to Your Tweet-heart This Valentine's Day

By Matt Vespa | February 13, 2014 | 4:03pm EST

The White House Twitter account is becoming an abject disgrace. That, or they've simply run out of ways to positively spin Obamacare. This afternoon, the White House tweeted that they're distributing "get covered" Valentines.

The administration also posted this tragicomic initiative on their blog. It reads:

This Valentine's Day, share the word and help make sure your friends, family and loved ones get covered today at Share the graphics below with your social networks, or share your own message with the hashtag #ACAValentines. Download the "I Heart ACA" ACA Valentine Download the "R U Covered?" ACA Valentine Download the "Cause I Love You" ACA Valentine

The tweet was even more of a joke:

Want to help a friend or loved one #GetCovered by Valentine's Day? Send them #ACAValentines →

To an Obama supporter, I'm sure this will brighten your day. For rational sentient beings ( aka everyone else), we're all thinking the same thing: you're kidding, right?

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