Selling Health Reform to the Victims

With your tax dollars:

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  1. Ken says:

    Sorry to see Andy selling out this way. I thought he had some sense.

  2. Joe S. says:

    This should count as consumer fraud.

  3. Vicki says:

    Our tax dollars are paying for this? Why is this legal?

  4. Devon Herrick says:

    It’s disconcerting when the party in power uses taxpayer funds to convince voters that the current Administration’s policies are better than their opponents. Attempts to convince voters of the merits of a given public policy should be debated among political parties — not bureaucracies.

  5. artk says:

    Devon, I defy you to name a single administration that hasn’t sponsored public service ad touting the wonders of various government programs.

  6. Larry C. says:

    artk, maybe we need a consumer protection agency to protect us from false and misleading propaganda paid for with our own money.

  7. Tom H. says:

    Matlock is lying.

  8. John Goodman says:

    Apparently the ad campaign is costing taxpayers $700,000. See Letter from Republican Senators objecting here:

  9. Erik Ramirez says:

    Does anyone know how many dollars are being spent by those opposed to the legislation trying to demonize it? Tea anyone?

  10. Catherine says:

    The latest fallout over the Andy Griffith campaign is today’s Charles Hurt “Inside Washington” column in the NY Post: