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RNC Uses Humor to Attack Obamacare

Tuesday, 12 Nov 2013 03:07 PM

By Dan Weil

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The Republican National Committee has created a new set of humorous Internet ads taking aim at Obamacare.

The spots are a takeoff of the old "PC vs. Mac" spots. A slovenly looking actor named "Obamacare" appears with his well-dressed friend "The Private Sector."

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In one ad, Obamacare says, "You can keep your plan. You can keep your doctor. Lower premiums for everyone!"

The Private Sector responds, "Actually, that's a lie."

Obamacare says, "I know, but I want people to like me."

The Private Sector: "You could try telling them the truth?"

Obamacare: "No, that will never work."

The ads will appear on ESPN and Comedy Central YouTube pages in college towns, the RNC says. The RNC put out a group of similar ads in late October, The Hill reports.

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