This is great. It was only a matter of time before someone linked the AIG mess to healthcare. The ad, by Conservatives Patients Rights Action Fund puts in context what a Congressional healthcare overhaul would mean:
Just how dangerous are these ads? The left has decided to totally ignore the message and focus on savaging Rick Scott, the head of the organization. They are deeply fearful of the message and want to distract from it by going after Scott. According to a poll conducted by CPR, 60% of Americans believe “Congress should not pass the President’s healthcare budget without having specific details of the President’s healthcare plan and how the money will be spent.”
If it’s like the stimulus plan, though, Congress will never show us the plan until the plan is passed.
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