If you haven’t already, watch Jerry Seinfeld’s very-funny segment with President Obama. Towards the end, around 17:00, the President gets one last pitch in for Obamacare (yes, he refers to it as Obamacare, and not the Affordable Care Act, something he seems to go back and forth on).
Obama: The only problem is I didn’t work in Obamacare. Usually, the only reason I do these things is I like promoting health care.
Seinfeld: If you want to go, go ahead.
Obama: If you don’t want to sully your show…
Seinfeld: I don’t mind, I really don’t mind.
Obama: …with the interest in getting people with no health care singing up, so if heaven forbids something happens to them…
Seinfeld: That’s a great thing, please try Obamacare today.
In 2014, President Obama recorded a segment on “Between Two Ferns” to plug Obamacare.
Seinfeld (or someone) also drove the 1963 Corvette past the Supreme Court.