RNC Airs TV Ad on ObamaCare
WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee (RNC) launched a new television ad “Higher Costs” about Barack Obama’s signature legislative “achievement.” After seeing its devastating effects on health care and job creation, Americans are united in opposition to Obama’s government takeover of health care. After three years, Americans everywhere already know ObamaCare’s effect on them: higher costs, decreased care and fewer jobs.
“Higher Costs” will air in six battleground states: Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
The TV ad can be viewed here.
Download the TV ad here.
“Barack Obama was elected in 2008 under the guise that he would focus on creating jobs and turning the economy around,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “Instead, Barack Obama pandered to his liberal base by ramming through a government takeover of health care that the American people did not want.”
“Three years after promising lower costs and greater access to health care, the average American has seen the opposite. Premiums are up, and it’s harder to make ends meet today because of it. Furthermore, the cost to the taxpayers is $111 billion higher than projected. Worse still, most of the job-killing provisions haven’t even gone into effect. This fall, Americans have a chance to vote for better health care and more jobs by making Barack Obama a one-term president.”