Need an anti-Obamacare anthem? Here you go

By   /   September 28, 2013  /   2 Comments

By Dustin Hurst ǀ

Reason’s Remy Munasifi is officially trolling U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

And it’s pretty darn funny.

Last month, Sebelius announced an online video contest to promote Obamacare, which opens in just a few days. The secretary announced a few themes for the challenge, asking would-be video-makers to create an animation, sing a song or prepare a short clip on why young Americans are not invincible and need health coverage.

The propaganda push promotion comes with $30,000 in prize money.

Here’s Menasifi’s entry, which explains why he believes Obamacare will be a total disaster for young workers:

Menasifi didn’t actually submit the piece, which he released just a few days after the Sept. 23 deadline.

Voting on real entries begins Oct. 1, the same day millions of Americans will start purchasing health insurance through government-run exchanges. HHS already awarded $1,500 in prize money to the early-bird entry winner, Jason Girouard from Brimfield, Mass.

Take a look at Girouard’s entry:

No offense, Jason, but we prefer Remy’s clip.



Dustin is a contributor to and news director for in Boise, Idaho. His work has been featured by Reason,, Fox News, the Washington Examiner, the Spokesman Review and Public Sector Inc., among others. Steve Forbes also tweeted one of Dustin's stories one time.

  • Coupon Master

    wow, the insurance companies are throwing money at the superpacs and their mouth pieces left and right!! now if they spent that amount of energy into jobs and economy, we would of been out of the bush era depression by now..

  • yocheved

    The Menasifi video will go viral