Assassin 33 ad shows Obama on the cover of ad, ad’s title: “My brother and I just wanted to thank you for supporting our family. Now you can see it on the Internet.”
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MSNBC article MSNBC is reporting that the ad has a new title.
It’s an ad that is “about two brothers” that are “sick and tired of being lied to about their health and their health care.
They wanted to know: What if my brother’s health insurance doesn’t cover me, too?”
It’s a reference to the health care law, which mandates that all Americans have health insurance.
The ad opens with an image of Obama’s face, with the words, “My husband and I and millions of others can no longer ignore the health insurance issue.”
The ad then cuts to Obama and the ad narrator, who explains that they’re “two brothers” who want to make sure their brother’s insurance is paid for, and the Obama campaign says that the advertisement is the latest in a string of ads featuring the Obamas.
“What if my husband’s health care insurance doesn, too?
What if he can’t afford his medications?
What will happen if his doctor refuses to see him?” the narrator asks.
“My sister’s health, too.
She’s sick, too.”
The narrator continues, “She’s going to have to pay for her doctor’s care, too, if he gets sick.
What if her insurance doesn
MSNBC article MSNBC is reporting that the ad has a new title.It’s an ad that is “about two brothers” that…
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