CREEPY: Anti-ObamaCare Ads Bring Creep Factor In Hopes of Getting Young People to Opt-Out

Published on September 19, 2013

A new ad campaign aimed at dissuading young people from enrolling in Obamacare does so by bringing the creep factor. Hard.

Produced by Generation Opportunity, a conservative Virginia-based organization, the ads hope to encourage young adults to “opt-out” of the Affordable Care Act. If successful, such a move would have a significant effect on the nation’s new health care law, which heavily relies on young, healthy Americans to subsidize the elderly and infirm within the insurance pools.

So, how exactly does Generation Opportunity hope to change hearts and minds? Lets just call it the red, white and blue cross health treatment.

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