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Obamacare architect whines that "bad PR" is to blame for law's unpopularity

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, often called the “architect” of Obamacare, appeared on Fox Business recently and admitted that while the law is “not popular,” “bad PR” is more to blame than anything else.

He also blamed GOP Republicans for blocking bailout programs for insurers, and said one could never be “too vigilant” about lowering health care costs.

Is the law’s unpopularity due to bad PR, or is it due to skyrocketing health insurance premiums?

Is the GOP to blame for the failure of state exchanges across the country, or is it because insurance providers see that staying on the exchanges will put them out of business?

Is the law failing because the right is dead set on destroying it, or is it because the American people are tired of federal control over their daily lives?

The answers to these questions are obvious to every liberty-loving American, but Dr. Emanuel’s statements reveal just how little the feds understand the people they’re supposed to represent. Americans value the freedom to make their own decisions, and they believe the free market is almost always more effective at providing goods and services than federal bureaucrats.

That’s why thousands have joined a movement to take their country back. An Article V Convention of States can propose constitutional amendments that limit federal jurisdiction. These amendments can clarify the Founders’ original intent and prohibit the feds from taking control over things that should be left to the American people.