Obama: People Will Stop Saying 'ObamaCare' Because They Don't Want Me Getting Credit

'There will be a bunch of people that don't call it ObamaCare because they don't want me to get credit'

BARKLEY: "What do you think of the term ObamaCare?"
OBAMA: "I like it. I don't mind. I tell you, five years from now when everybody's saying, 'man, I'm sure glad we got health care,' there will be a bunch of people that don't call it ObamaCare because they don't want me to get credit. But, you know, you don't know what life will throw at you, and sometimes people don't recognize, particularly young people, how important it is to have coverage until you get sick and you realize you may lose everything you have or your parents may lose everything they have trying to make you well. So we're encouraging people to sign up. They have got until March 31st the sign up for this yore."

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