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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Really? New (at Least to Me) ObamaCare Ad is Embarassing Even for ObamaCare Ads


I don't have a lot of words for this one. It's likely a part of the "brosurance" campaign.


CLICK PIC TO ENLARGE...Pic from Rep. Stockman's Twitter Feed

So, the girl is screechingly happy because she's about to get lucky with a cardboard cut out? Is that the gist?

I guess Ali here is saying that it's totally worth it to pay $700 a month for health insurance so she doesn't have to worry about getting pregnant during an imaginary fling with Ryan Gosling. Great stuff...

You know, tax dollars probably paid for this advertisement. Just sayin'.

UPDATE: Oh, and there's this one too:


I guess the people running these ads have a really high opinion of young women, huh?

I mean the girl in this picture seems to have just met this guy, so hey, it's  good thing she has birth control to increase her chances of "getting him between the covers."

And I like how they've helpfully noted that the pill doesn't protect you from STDs. But then again, so what? I mean, if these ladies get something from hot guys, no worries... they have health insurance!

A whole series of these silly ads can be seen at Twitchy.com

2 comments:

  1. Yes, lefties are dumb enough to think that they are paying monthly premiums, co-pays, and deductibles and that's not at all related to their "free" birth control.

    And yes, lefties are dumb enough to screech about conservatives hating women . . . while they, themselves, depict us as---and think of us as--nothing more than sex objects with troubling reproductive organs that need to be controlled, even as our behavior cannot be. But then, we always know what a leftist really is by what he says about his "enemies."

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    1. True enough.

      The stereotypes that they're throwing out here-- and in the "brosurance" -- bug the crap out of me. I mean, is this really how they think of people this age? Seriously? Fid they watch "World's Dumbest Partiers" and then think "well, that's all of young America for you. Now, how do we get them to buy hugely expensive medical insurance? Wait I know... brosurance and Party Girls."

      And don't even get me started on how the Left is attempting to dictate the way a "real" woman, Black, Hispanic, etc. is expected to believe, behave, and vote.

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