Probably because it confuses two separate issues, not.<quoted text>
go to my earlier link
there is a kernal of truthiness
They were promoting not the ACA but the community health programs (which I believe came from the Bush administration). Then they decided it would be bad PR perhaps just to use the word "free" on the ACA website. Probably because it just confuses two separate issues.
Either way - its a moot point. NOONE out there thinks the ACA is free. Thats just plain idiotic, considering the public debate.
More likely because marketing using the word free is easier to sell dressed up turds.
Dumb Obamanoids think things are free, don't lie.