President Barack Obama's renewed effort to boost Obamacare — described as a "coordinated campaign" by the White House, congressional Democrats "and their outside allies" — started Tuesday and will highlight a different benefit of the law each day until the Dec. 23 enrollment deadline for Jan. 1, 2014 coverage.
Which raises the question: Is this image reportedly seen on MSNBC part of the "coordinated campaign" with "outside allies"?
The Daily Caller noted that the image "really played" on the network, although TheBlaze couldn't independently verify it.
The screen shot is very much akin to the traditional Christmas Advent calendar, defined as "a large rectangular card with 'windows' of which there are usually 24: one for each day of December leading up to Christmas Day. One is opened every day leading up to Christmas. The calendar windows open to reveal an image, poem, a portion of a story...or a small gift, such as a toy or a chocolate item."
No indication if MSNBC may be equating enrollment in Obamacare to receiving a Christmas present or celebrating the birth of Christ.
(H/T: Weasel Zippers)