Barack Obama, president of the United States, personally responded to a Daily Caller request for comment.
“Dear Patrick: Thank you for writing,” President Obama wrote in an email to this reporter in response to a days-old inquiry regarding his administration’s use of the term “shared responsibility payment” to refer to the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate penalty.
President Obama presumably wrote the letter from the White House, where he lives with the first lady and daughters Sasha and Malia.
“I have heard from many Americans regarding our health care system and the Affordable Care Act, and I appreciate your perspective,” President Obama wrote.
“Basically, there are two main things the American people need to know about the Affordable Care Act and what it means,” President Obama wrote near the top of the nine-paragraph letter.
“Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, American workers and families can feel more secure knowing that they can get the care they need at prices they can afford,” President Obama concluded, notifying The Daily Caller about other government websites where we can learn about the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama is the 44th president of the United States. He grew up in Hawaii, attended Columbia University, and worked as a community organizer in Chicago before he became president.
“I have not made a decision” yet on whether or not to attack the nation of Syria, President Obama said several hours before sending The Daily Caller a letter.