Where are the Rs spending the most anti-ACA ad money?

Luddly Neddite

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Map of Obamacare attack ad spending.



The most needy and the most ignorant.

Anyone surprised?

Don't look to the right to do anything for their fellow Americans. They want to cause the most harm they can and this is just one part of that agenda.
 

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Map of Obamacare attack ad spending.



The most needy and the most ignorant.

Anyone surprised?

Don't look to the right to do anything for their fellow Americans. They want to cause the most harm they can and this is just one part of that agenda.
You are just pissed that Republicans are using the low-information voter playbook, just like Democrats did in 2012.
 

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Or maybe, just maybe, it is that low information voter who was duped and is being taken advantage of with big government.... they need to possibly be educated in this abomination
 

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what is the point of this thread. those areas are likely hot spots for seats. i'm not sure why luddley assumed those areas have large amounts of ignorant people....bigotry i'm guessing.
 

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Come on LN show the map for where the pro-ACA money is being spent so we have a comparison.
 

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On the flip side ...

The Department of Health and Human Services has crowned a YouTube video entitled “Forget About The Price Tag” as the grand prize winner in a contest meant to encourage young people to sign up for Obamacare.

The video contest, announced in August — in partnership with a group called Young Invincibles — encouraged participants to produce clips filled with pro-Obamacare messaging.

HHS’s grand prize-winning video, announced Monday by the White House, features a young woman named Erin McDonald singing an Obamacare-loving version of Jessie J’s hit single, “Price Tag.”

Without a hint of irony, McDonald sings her chorus: “Ain’t about the, uh, cha-ching cha-ching. Ain’t about the, yeah, bla-bling bla-bling. Affordable Care Act. Don’t worry ’bout the price tag.”

McDonald, of course, is referring to the reasons young people should buy health insurance without worrying “’bout the price tag.”
'Forget About The Price Tag' video wins HHS Obamacare prize | The Daily Caller

Does this infuriate you luddly? Hmmmm?

Go away.
 

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