Obamacare ads from Colorado Consumer Health Initiative

The group’s website is doyougotinsurance.com and it’s buckled under the pressure this morning. Ray and Jim are talking about these ads, so we’ll get them up here so you can see a few.

Background can be found here and here. These ads are specific to Colorado, but they have gone viral. These graphics are part of a federally-funded campaign to direct the young and healthy to go sign up at Connect for Health Colorado.

I’ll post more as we can get to them.

Update: Michelle Malkin’s weekly column – Bros and hos: Obamacare’s bread and circuses 

Update 2: Planned Parenthood thought it was disgusting for anti-obamacare activist to create such a fake ad demeaning women. It’s not fake.







13 replies
  1. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    Why, with the new and improved ?bamacare, you can do all the risky things indicated in these ads without the slightest thought of the implications of your actions.? The new progressive motto: “Just do it; the country will pick up the tab.
    Yet another nail in the coffin of personal responsibility.?? And taste.

  2. SeeingRed
    SeeingRed says:

    How insulting to any taxpayer.? And why would anyone sign up when they can sign up?any day that they need care with no repercussions.

    • sammy22
      sammy22 says:

      See Dims above. Personal responsibility going bye-bye. We, the older generation,? abdicated our responsibility to instill personal responsibility on the younger ones.

      • Dimsdale
        Dimsdale says:

        This isn’t abdication; this is intentionally promoting irresponsible behavior.
        You get more liberals to vote this way.

  3. Tim-in-Alabama
    Tim-in-Alabama says:

    I’m so glad all my female “reproductive health” needs are mandated to be free by Obamacare. Now where can I get me one of them uteri?

  4. Plainvillian
    Plainvillian says:

    Where are the minorities in these ads?? Can we get Jesse and Al on the case?? Is Obamacare raaaaacist or do minorities not need encouragement to enroll?

  5. bien-pensant
    bien-pensant says:

    “It’s degrading to women, and it says a lot about what they think of America’s youth today,” Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said of the latest ad (campaign).
    I thought it was a joke when I heard it, but seeing the ads . . . it’s just sad.
    Who could really be that stupid? That’s a collective stupid because two groups thought this up. Wanna bet they are democrats? Twelve ads is twelve kinds of stupid.
    We probably paid for them with stimulus money. A new low.
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  6. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    They should have gotten Sandra Fluke for the first ad.?? Then she could really cement her role as the poster girl for government subsidized birth control….

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