President Obama showcased his ‘consumer friendly’ HealthCare.gov website in a 2010 tutorial titled ‘Not Your Ordinary Website Demo.’
Placing power back into the hands of Americans is one of the President's primary goals, according to the three-year-old White House post. The video kicks-off with Obama being his usual relational self:
“Now I have pretty good health care these days, but let’s roll back the clock to when Michelle and I were just getting started in Chicago...”
Excellent, Mr. President. Because, as you repeatedly promised, “if you like your plan, you can keep it!”
“It’s not every day that the President takes time out of his schedule to record a video about a website,” wrote Macon Phillips, former White House director of digital strategy.
Good thing the video was created in 2010. Imagine how much time President Obama would have to set aside to create the tutorial today. The demo might last hours, days or even weeks.
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