Awesomely, awesomely, horrific.
Nightmare-inducing Uncle Sam featured in creepy new anti-Obamacare ads
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If you believe the administration, one of the most important steps to ensure the continued existence of the Obamacare monstrosity is getting young people to buy into the scam. If proponents can convince college-aged kids that the government should be deeply involved in their health care, they believe they’ll have won the war and the law will stick.
As a result, the left will be dumping a lot of cash into campus tours designed to sell Obamacare to the next generation of Americans.
Generation Opportunity bills itself as “a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that seeks to educate and organize young Americans on the challenges facing our nation.” They’re part of a coalition of conservative groups seeking to stop Obamacare, and they’re going to set up shop right next to the pro-ACA folks at every college they visit.
Generation Opportunity , a Virginia-based group that is part of a coalition of right-leaning organizations with financial ties to billionaire businessmen and political activists Charles and David Koch, will launch a six-figure campaign aimed at convincing young people to “opt-out” of the Obamacare exchanges. Later this month, the group will begin a tour of 20 college campuses, where they plan to set up shop alongside pro-Obamacare activists such as Enroll America who are working to sign people up for the insurance exchanges.
Ooooooh…. Those evil Koch brothers are involved! If there’s anyone liberals hate more than Rush Limbaugh and Matt Drudge, it’s the Koch brothers - billionaire libertarians who’ve waged a lifelong battle against liberalism, and have been particularly active in fighting the current President. If they’re a part of this, you just know it’s going to drive the lefties up a wall.
Regardless of where the funding is coming from, the effort will begin with a series of new internet ads. They are, to be blunt, absolutely creepy. They’re also amazing, and they appear below.
If the GOP had the stones to run ads this good back in 2009 & 2010, the law might not have passed in the first place.