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O-Care Ad: Don’t Tap Beer Money For Medical Bills

From CNS News:

‘Don’t Tap Into Your Beer Money to Cover Those Medical Bills,’ Obamacare Ad Tells ‘Bros’

By Jeffrey Meyer | October 22, 2013

If the lackluster ObamaCare registration wasn’t enough evidence that liberals were desperate to sell ObamaCare, the liberal website Progress Now Colorado has taken things to a whole new, bizarre level. The website has created a project called "Got Insurance Colorado" to convince certain individuals to sign up for ObamaCare using ads like "Brosurance" and "Club Med."

The ad for "Brosurance" features three college-aged guys named Rob, Zach, and Sam who claim to be "Bros for Life" and want to continue their partying ways.

The ad shows the three men drinking beer from a keg, with text reading "Keg stands are crazy. Not having health insurance is crazier. Don’t tap into your beer money to cover those medical bills. We got it covered."

"Club Med" once again features two college-aged guys who claim to be "buddies for life" and need health insurance. This particular ad shows the two men, Zach and Sam, playing golf with the bizarre graphic reading: "Yo Mom, do I got insurance? My girlfriend broke my heart, so me and the bros went golfing. Then my buddy broke my head. Good thing Mom made sure I got insurance." …

Well, these are Obama’s constituents. The lowest of the low information crowd.

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This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

4 Responses to “O-Care Ad: Don’t Tap Beer Money For Medical Bills”

  1. Bro-surance.

    I shudder at how far respect for the English Language has drilled down to the Extra-Stupid Mesophere

  2. Helena

    Yep, that’s what they said they want: young healthy alcoholics.

  3. This is a serious miscalculation. Wouldn’t you consider binge drinkers and keg standers to be a higher risk than the rest of us? Besides, aren’t most of this demographic currently unemployed, living in their parent’s basements, and on their parent’s insurance already anyway? I mean at 27, when you have to get off your parent’s backs and get your own insurance, shouldn’t you be over the whole… keg standing thing?

    • “…at 27, when you have to get off your parent’s backs and get your own insurance, shouldn’t you be over the whole… keg standing thing?”

      We are talking about liberals here. They never grow up or take any personal responsibility.

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