Right-wing groups have launched a multi-million-dollar "Burn Your Obamacare Card" campaign to convince young people that they're better off uninsured than participating in Obamacare.

Their goal is to make Barack Obama's signature achievement fail, no matter what the cost.

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Dear MoveOn member,

Starting on October 1, America will take a huge step toward universal health care. That's the day that 22 million uninsured Americans will be able to start getting affordable health insurance under Obamacare.

But now, with just weeks to go, right-wing groups have launched a multi-million-dollar "Burn Your Obamacare Card" campaign to torpedo Obamacare before it even gets started.1
Their plan: Mislead young people about how the law works so they get scared and don't enroll. The problem is that it really could work because if younger, healthier people don't participate, then costs will skyrocket and Obamacare will fail. Period.
It's disgusting—people could actually die because they don't get the health insurance they need, and our entire health care system would be thrown into chaos. But these groups are so blinded by hate for Barack Obama that they'll do anything to make his signature program fail.
To fight back, MoveOn is launching a campaign of our own to debunk the right-wing lies and go after Republican politicians and media outlets that spread this misinformation—but we need to raise at least $150,000 now to make sure we have the resources to set the record straight. Can you chip in $5?
Conservatives are so desperate to stop Obamacare from succeeding that they're literally telling people to "burn your Obamacare card"—even though these cards don't even exist.2
Our plan is to counter their misinformation campaign with a laser-like focus on social media and the websites where young people spend the most time. Young people live on the Internet today, and reaching them online is far cheaper than with traditional TV advertising.
Just for starters, we'll be able to put an ad on the Facebook page of every 18- to 35-year-old in America, and we'll also run ads in college newspapers explaining the truth about what Obamacare means for young people.
We've seen these kinds of right-wing scare tactics work before—lies about Social Security have convinced an entire generation of young people that that program won't be around in the future. And polling shows that awareness about the new program is dangerously low among the young people who need health insurance most.3 
We can't just sit back and hope for the best. We have to fight back. We've come too far and fought too hard to let right-wing extremists succeed at making sure health care reform fails. Click below to donate $5 and help stop the right-wing effort to kill Obamacare before it gets started.
Thanks for all you do.
–Mark, Rosy, Manny, Eric, and the rest of the team
1. "Inside the Obamacare resistance," The Washington Post, August 1, 2013 http://www.moveon.org/r?r=292769&id=73904-21105186-Wfc_Dlx&t=4
2. Ibid.
3. "Young Adults' Obamacare Awareness Low Ahead of Rollout, Survey Says," The Huffington Post, August 21, 2013 http://www.moveon.org/r?r=292801&id=73904-21105186-Wfc_Dlx&t=5