Call It Obama’s “Wealthcare” Reform Act

Sign o’ the (New York) Times:

Distaste for Health Care Law Reflects Spending on Ads

Nut graf:

In all, about $235 million has been spent on ads attacking the law since its passage in March 2010, according to a recent survey by Kantar Media’s Campaign Media Analysis Group. Only $69 million has been spent on advertising supporting it. Just $700,000 of that comes from the Obama campaign, and none of its ads mentioning the law are currently being broadcast, said Elizabeth Wilner, vice president of the Campaign Media Analysis Group. “It explains, in a nutshell, why polling shows attitudes about the law to be at best mixed,” she said.

The Supreme Court has said money is speech.

And make no mistake about it – money talks.

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1 Response to Call It Obama’s “Wealthcare” Reform Act

  1. Thank you, Senator Bedfellow.

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