Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from ComingLiberalCrackup. Show ComingLiberalCrackup's posts

    Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    http://doyougotinsurance.com/


    A few weeks ago the taxpayer-funded Thanks ObamaCare campaign released the "Brosurance" ads, which featured young men drinking beer, doing keg stands, and asking "Got Insurance?"

    The same organization has since released new ads, this time aimed at young woman. One features a young woman holding birth control pills while standing next to a young man. The ad's caption expresses how eager she is to have sex with someone she has apparently just met:

    OMG, he's hot! Let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers. I got insurance.

    Another ad features a young woman standing with actor Ryan Gosling. The caption reads:

    Hey Girl, you're excited about easy access to birth control and I'm excited about getting to know you. She got insurance.


     
    You've come a long way, baby! Now you're not a self reliant independent unique person, but rather a Government-worshipping airhead dependent who refuses to even pay a few bucks for your own birth control.

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    When you have to advertise for a government program, it should just be eliminated as being useless.

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    Pretty offensive stuff.....lol

    Still.....A better use of taxpayer money than that Republican shut-down that cost billions.

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from ComingLiberalCrackup. Show ComingLiberalCrackup's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    best tweet:

    "I had no idea young women were only concerned with getting laid and having the government pick up the tab. Who knew?"

    Due to public teacher unions, the bad grammar is unnoticed by today's college grads:

    "do you got insurance?"

     
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    ObamaCare boosters in Colorado are treating young women "cheap sl*ts who don’t care about their health or well being other than getting cheap birth control pills to have sex with strange men," complains Washington Times opinion writer Emily Miller in a November 12 post at the newspaper's website.

    "The latest marketing campaign implies that young women would only be interested in Colorado's government-run health care exchange if they get coverage for birth control pills to have sex with strange men," Miller noted, going on to describe what she considers the "most offensive ad".

     

     


     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to Hansoribrother's comment:
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    When you have to advertise for a government program, it should just be eliminated as being useless.

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    You mean, like the armed forces...?

     

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from MattyScornD. Show MattyScornD's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    These ads def straddle the line between insulting and cheeky.  Most ads are one or the other.  And unoriginal...aping the "got milk" campaign.

    Where is the part that "fools" anyone, though...?? (except sourpuss repubs)

     

     

     
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    Can you imagine someone sitting in room, or some advertising think tank quick fix, came up with these adds. And then, it got approved for use. You can't make this stuff up people....

     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from MattyScornD. Show MattyScornD's posts

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    Can you imagine someone sitting in room, or some advertising think tank quick fix, came up with this. And then it got approved for use. You can't make this stuff up people...

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    I've seen plenty worse.

    Ever seen some ads from around the globe?  The US ad market is terribly squeamish and juvenile by some comparisons.

     

     
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    Michelle Malkin:

    It’s bad enough that these idiocracy-targeted ads reduce young people to perpetually partying boozers and traffic-bait bo*bs. But what’s truly toxic is the ad campaign’s cynical feint to draw attention away from Obamacare’s undeniable harm to responsible young people. Brosurance and Hosurance are trifling distractions from the federal law’s Nosurance consequences. Insurers started dropping child-only plans in Colorado, California, Ohio and Missouri in 2010 thanks to Obamacare-induced premium increases. Colleges across the country have canceled low-cost plans for students because of Obamacare rules. Thanks to the Obamacare mandate, young, healthy Americans face higher insurance premiums, decreased work hours and perverse incentives to enroll in Medicaid instead of remaining independent and off the dole.

    Meanwhile back in Colorado, the state Division of Insurance reports that 250,000 people here have lost their insurance policies in the past few months. And while the “bros and hos” circus masters urge young people to sign up “easily” on the state exchange, the overseers of the $200 million program are singing a different tune. Last week, IT expert and Colorado health insurance exchange board member Nathan Wilkes blasted the process as “painful,” “odious” and “embarrassing.”

    That’s an apt description of the ruinous policies, clown implementation and moronic marketing of all aspects of Obamacare. Sober up, young America. The “Affordable Care Act” is the progressives’ wealth redistribution party from hell — and you’re paying for it.

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    In response to Hansoribrother's comment:
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    When you have to advertise for a government program, it should just be eliminated as being useless.

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    You mean, like the armed forces...?

     

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    No that is different, you see.  Why? Because patriotism and flags and stuff.  

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    um...you don;t need Obamacare until you are 27....they set up a system that is only sustainable if young people sign up but forgot that they made it possible for yutes to stay on their parents insurance until age 26

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    The president should just be consistent with making this up as he goes along and draft anyone over 18 and younger than 25 into the military if they don't sign up. That'll get em to register. 

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    This goes deeper into the progressive ideology.  The DO think that people just run around all day looking to have sex.

    They think you are savages, and they are noble enlightened ones, and think, well, we can't stop these savages from having sex, but we can make sure they have birth control so they don't multiply and get underfoot like a pack of rats.

    You sdon;'t have to look any further than Margaret Sanger to see this dark part of the progressive ideology.  She only thought blacks were the problem.  Modern day progressives think anyone not in a faculty loung, a government office, or a union hall is the problem.

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:
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    "What these ads are really promising, if you like your risky promiscuous lifestyle, you can keep it. If you like being promiscuous, you can keep on being promiscuous. If you like being a prostitute, then have at it." (Rush Limbaugh).

     

    So women who use contraception are prostitutes. Nice one. Like your first four wives, who didn't have children with you?

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    You know a lot about Rush, are you a fan? 

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to pymus1's comment:
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    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:
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    "What these ads are really promising, if you like your risky promiscuous lifestyle, you can keep it. If you like being promiscuous, you can keep on being promiscuous. If you like being a prostitute, then have at it." (Rush Limbaugh).

     

    So women who use contraception are prostitutes. Nice one. Like your first four wives, who didn't have children with you?

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    You know a lot about Rush, are you a fan? 

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    I think Rush hit a cord.  Progressive do think like that.

     
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  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from MattyScornD. Show MattyScornD's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    Funny that there might exist an "ad that uses sex to fool" anyone into buying anything, isn't it...??

    Maybe this is a new technique that advertisers could use on TV and the internet, too...

    ...to sell things like cars, jeans, liquor, vacations, prescription drugs, energy drinks, exercise plans, personal hygiene products, clothes, etc., etc....

     

     

     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from ComingLiberalCrackup. Show ComingLiberalCrackup's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    "Funny that there might exist an "ad that uses sex to fool" anyone into buying anything, isn't it...??

    Maybe this is a new technique that advertisers could use on TV and the internet, too...

    ...to sell things like cars, jeans, liquor, vacations, prescription drugs, energy drinks, exercise plans, personal hygiene products, clothes, etc., etc...."

     

    Clueless Matty cant understand that this is your US Government which is using tax dollars to insult the intelligence of young woman. 

    As was pointed out on the O'Reilly show, there is little doubt that  President and Mrs. Obama, as parents of teenage daughters, would not approve of of this crass approach! Someone should ask him. 

     

     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from MattyScornD. Show MattyScornD's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

    "Funny that there might exist an "ad that uses sex to fool" anyone into buying anything, isn't it...??

    Maybe this is a new technique that advertisers could use on TV and the internet, too...

    ...to sell things like cars, jeans, liquor, vacations, prescription drugs, energy drinks, exercise plans, personal hygiene products, clothes, etc., etc...."

     

    Clueless Matty cant understand that this is your US Government which is using tax dollars to insult the intelligence of young woman. 

    As was pointed out on the O'Reilly show, there is little doubt that  President and Mrs. Obama, as parents of teenage daughters, would not approve of of this crass approach! Someone should ask him. 

     



    Well, whom the ads are insulting to depends greatly on who's viewing them and their relative degree of intelligence and irony.

    I think they're just kinda juvenile, but then I think that about 97% of advertising.  No doubt some people will find them funny or at least cheeky, like I said.

    The govt spent enough effort to build this program (and the repubs spent enough to try and stop it), so they'd better market the he!! out of it.

    Who said it's "crass"?  O'Reilly??  Like anyone should care what he thinks...he's not the target audience.  He might say the same about romance novels (or ads for trojans), but again, who cares?  He's not buying them anyway.

     

     

     

     

     
  21. You have chosen to ignore posts from ComingLiberalCrackup. Show ComingLiberalCrackup's posts

    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    "Well, whom the ads are insulting to depends greatly on who's viewing them and their relative degree of intelligence and irony."

    The usual elitist bullcrap double standard, got it. 

    When Rush Limbaugh on his own radio show cheekily called Sandra Fluke a "sl*t" because she demanded free birth control pills,  that should have taken him off the air, he was a monster.

    When a taxpayer-funded ads of the Government cheekily claim young women should thank ObamaCare for free birth control pills so they can act as sl*ts, that shows "intelligence and irony". 

     
  22. You have chosen to ignore posts from MattyScornD. Show MattyScornD's posts

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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:
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    "Well, whom the ads are insulting to depends greatly on who's viewing them and their relative degree of intelligence and irony."

    The usual elitist bullcrap double standard, got it. 

    When Rush Limbaugh on his own radio show cheekily called Sandra Fluke a "sl*t" because she demanded free birth control pills,  that should have taken him off the air, he was a monster.

    When a taxpayer-funded ads of the Government cheekily claim young women should thank ObamaCare for free birth control pills so they can act as sl*ts, that shows "intelligence and irony". 

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    Rush's comment was personal, directed at a person he doesn't know.  Not surprised you liked it, since personal attacks and sl*t-shaming is all you've got.

    Repeat: I said the advert is juvenile (look it up), but it's not personal unless you take it to be.  Also not surprised you don't understand the difference.

    But somehow I doubt that the target audience for these ads are as literal-minded over it as you are.

    But typically, you show demonstrated lack of both irony and intelligence.

     

     
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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:
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    "Well, whom the ads are insulting to depends greatly on who's viewing them and their relative degree of intelligence and irony."

    The usual elitist bullcrap double standard, got it. 

    When Rush Limbaugh on his own radio show cheekily called Sandra Fluke a "sl*t" because she demanded free birth control pills,  that should have taken him off the air, he was a monster.

    When a taxpayer-funded ads of the Government cheekily claim young women should thank ObamaCare for free birth control pills so they can act as sl*ts, that shows "intelligence and irony". 

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    Rush's comment was personal, directed at a person he doesn't know.  Not surprised you liked it, since personal attacks and sl*t-shaming is all you've got.

    Repeat: I said the advert is juvenile (look it up), but it's not personal unless you take it to be.  Also not surprised you don't understand the difference.

    But somehow I doubt that the target audience for these ads are as literal-minded over it as you are.

    But typically, you show demonstrated lack of both irony and intelligence.

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    Typical worthless ad hominen spiel, self reverential as usual....you do admire your own intelligence and irony quite a bit....that's nice.

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:
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    "Well, whom the ads are insulting to depends greatly on who's viewing them and their relative degree of intelligence and irony."

    The usual elitist bullcrap double standard, got it. 

    When Rush Limbaugh on his own radio show cheekily called Sandra Fluke a "sl*t" because she demanded free birth control pills,  that should have taken him off the air, he was a monster.

    When a taxpayer-funded ads of the Government cheekily claim young women should thank ObamaCare for free birth control pills so they can act as sl*ts, that shows "intelligence and irony". 

    [/QUOTE]

    Rush's comment was personal, directed at a person he doesn't know.  Not surprised you liked it, since personal attacks and sl*t-shaming is all you've got.

    Repeat: I said the advert is juvenile (look it up), but it's not personal unless you take it to be.  Also not surprised you don't understand the difference.

    But somehow I doubt that the target audience for these ads are as literal-minded over it as you are.

    But typically, you show demonstrated lack of both irony and intelligence.

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    Typical worthless ad hominen spiel, self reverential as usual....you do admire your own intelligence and irony quite a bit....that's nice.

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    It's not my fault you need these points spoon-fed to you...

    ...or that you refuse to address them for fear of losing your phony moral high ground.

    But every student needs a teacher.  One day you'll learn.

     

     
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    Re: Taxpayer-funded ads use sex to fool young people to purchase Obamacare

    In response to DamainAllen's comment:
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    In response to Hansoribrother's comment:
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    When you have to advertise for a government program, it should just be eliminated as being useless.

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    You mean, like the armed forces...?

     

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    No that is different, you see.  Why? Because patriotism and flags and stuff.  

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    ..and, making something ot of yourself.

    something progressives obviously know nothign about.

    But, they got this sc3wing around stuff down!

    You go Obama!  you go Sandra Fluke!

    Chearleaders for the progressive scr3w squad.

     
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