Groups opposed to the health care reform law have spent $235 million since the law’s passage in March 2010 attacking the law, reports the New York Times. That number, from Kantar Media’s Campaign Media Analysis Group, far outweighs the $69 million that has been spent on advertising in support of the law. Interviews with viewers in swing states who the anti-reform ads show the message is sinking in.
What’s hilarious about the healthcare debate is that at the end of the day, there’s a pretty basic question being answered: if you had the choice, would you want people to die?
And a lot of people say “sure, if it saves me a few bucks.”
Which is disgusting.