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Obamacare it's going cosmopolitan.
And the administration.
Advertises the Affordable Care Act in the pages of the popular women's magazine and there's good reason.
You see in order for -- -- -- to succeed it needs to get the right demographic to enroll people who are young.
Our power panel joining me now Jerrells -- former star of the real -- -- of New York City Melissa Francis a host of money with Melissa Francis on the Fox Business Network.
And -- -- worried the new Miss America.
It's good afternoon to all three of you -- let me start with you because you are -- -- proud parents.
I don't know all the -- yeah.
But your problems tell your parents insure him because you're under 26 which is a new part of the Obama -- -- But you also want to be a physician when you're done being Miss America thinks he's so how do you see this as far as advertising in Cosmo is -- great strategy.
Or is it desperate.
I think it's a great strategy and unfortunately I X it's painful for me -- -- a lot of young women my age get their news from -- now.
And done I think to be able to at least explain to them what the changes are going to be happening -- Obama care and how they're going to be implemented as a Smart strategic -- except Melissa they'd be bought some of the details -- -- great -- that women can get like.
Like who's gonna pay for Mike that they need to sign up in their essential in order -- the whole thing to work.
And if you look at the way its market in the magazine they wrote eight great things in -- all the things that you can get essentially for free.
By signing up but they failed to mention.
It's your money that's gonna make this thing work because at this point you're not a great cost to insurance but we need -- -- -- and -- -- -- -- -- It's not the first time that administrations have done this -- I mean there's ways of messaging and then there's ways of really messaging and one thing you have to give this administration credit for is that they're good at messaging but isn't.
Correct to do it in this way without telling all the details.
Well I mean I think any time you advertising you have your side of it actually going to -- I don't know if in the magazine it's an editorial.
Or is it editorial -- -- the toilet quite clear that its editorial that of course you can see it one sided.
But what I think is really important to know about the whole Obama care situation -- is when you sign when these women sign up for themselves and their families.
Just -- even see what your options are you have to give -- your email address.
You have to activate and you have to give and to three security codes to now already -- -- it was -- -- top another topic is did gathering all this information on us and we haven't even chosen what we're going to do yet and before we can even -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Until we tax until we start to its till they start to gather our information what you're talking -- -- Mention of the government.
Which many people are very fearful of a let me bring you to the next hot topic because.
I think all four of us have been asked this question certainly I know I just spoke on a panel Sunday about this question ten women.
-- at all.
And I would be the first to say that it's -- -- think it's a curse.
To use that phrase because women feel like they end up having to do all -- and be successful Jill let me start with you on this -- this is it.
A topic for me because on the wheel house is -- New York City that was one of the things that I sort of had a disagreement with one of my -- -- is when I said.
You can happen all the not all the same time -- this has to someone who wasn't married -- wasn't a mother.
Of course she argued with -- -- -- I can't I can't I can't.
And she did at least it appeared to.
And I'm watching from the sidelines -- I guess I was wrong maybe you can do it all the same time and showing up -- -- happened she ended up getting divorced so.
It's a prioritize you know you have to prioritize your life you really -- and by the way Deborah spar the Barnard president of the university she's the one who sparked this conversation saying.
Women can't have -- all in shouldn't even try you agree with that.
You know I think that it's wonderful that women are being more honest with younger women as they come up I mean -- Davis and you can it strike you won't even eat anything you want to be.
Which is true what they don't mention what you'll have to sacrifice along the way.
Any woman can go out and be -- CEO that is fantastic.
What you're not going to be at school that morning if you're at the office I mean there's always a give and take there's always something that you're giving up.
And I think that it's important for women to go into it with their eyes wide open.
About what you are sacrificing along the way to do these different things.
And to make the choice that you wanna make and we all respect each other's choices and -- you know -- are great right but you have to realize what you're giving up right to sacrifice -- I mean you're not married you don't see it really scary.
And this was one of my questions a Miss America 25 years ago can women have an all your answer.
Well absolutely but again I completely agree away with what the -- that's some panel said.
But I think it's important to remember that I think -- young women more so -- and which is great that there is timing for everything.
And I felt very pressured to graduate college and go to -- school right away.
But you know obviously of competing at Miss America with one of my dreams into just understand that there's a -- for everything and there's a purpose for everything and that's OK and by the way he is doing a fantastic job after she won there was a lot of Twitter activity.
About the diversity -- she's an Indian American and you have hash -- circles of unity campaign didn't.
Check it out to the panel thank you so much the power panel of women today Leo great to get your thoughts.
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