CNS News 
March 23, 2010
It’s not enough for Democrats to have passed their health care “reform” bill. Now they want everyone to like the bill that was rammed through Congress without a single Republican vote.
The Washington Post reported on Monday that President Obama will begin an “immediate public relations blitz aimed at turning around Americans’ opinion of the health-care bill.”
The newspaper said the P.R. effort will proceed in three stages: the immediate aftermath of passage, the months leading up to the midterm election in November; and the next few years leading up to the 2012 presidential election.
“The Republicans have way overshot the runway in their criticism of health reform,” the Post quoted White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer as saying.
On Monday morning, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius she believes people who dislike the bill will feel better as they learn more about it.