The Republican National Committee has launched a new ad, entitled "Bipartisan," that criticizes Obama's plans to overhaul the system and ABC's partisan involvement - turning the network's airwaves over to President Obama to pitch his government-run health care:
The ad may be a bit too subtle, but is one of the RNC's better efforts.
Today a national TV network turns its airwaves over to President Obama's pitch for government-run health care.
Shouldn't this be a bipartisan discussion?
Republicans want health care reform that reduces costs across the board.
Republicans believe every single American deserves quality health care.
Republicans also believe another government takeover would diminish health care choice and quality.
President Obama talks about a "public option." When he says "public option," that means putting government bureaucrats in charge…instead of patients and their doctors.
It's a bad idea.
Republicans want bipartisan health care reform - a responsible plan that we can afford, where people are free to choose the best care for their families - without a government takeover.
Tell President Obama to work with Republicans…and to stop rushing into another government takeover.