As a member of the Action Wire, you played an important role stopping misinformation during the campaign -- and now you're needed again.
By now, you've probably heard some rumors about President Obama's plan for health insurance reform that don't sound very believable. And that's because they're not. Special interests and partisan attack groups are trying to hijack this debate by peddling distortions, half-truths, and flat out lies about reform.
It's time for a reality check. Monday, the White House launched a new online resource to help Americans clear up the lies and confusion floating around about health care.
Visit the White House's new "Reality Check" site -- and then make sure everyone you know learns the truth.
Visit Reality Check
There's nothing accidental about the lies floating around -- they are cooked up specifically to prey on people's fears and terrify them into opposing the insurance reforms we all need. It's a desperate, shameless tactic -- but with your help, we can set the record straight and make sure Americans know the truth about health insurance reform.
At the "Reality Check" site, you'll hear from some of President Obama's top officials who set the record straight on the rumors and lies that the opponents of reform have been circulating.
Securing real reform and fixing the broken status quo are too important for us to stand on the sidelines and hope for the best. To win this fight, we have to make sure the real facts prevail.
Check out the new site, and do your part by giving health care rumors a reality check: