The web ad touts how House Republicans kept their promise to the American people to fix Obamacare, while House Democrats sat back and did nothing.
The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a new web ad titled, “Promise Made, Promise Kept,” that highlights how House Republicans fulfilled their promise to repeal and replace Obamacare while attacking House Democrats for standing by Obamacare as it collapsed.
The ad opens by praising the American Health Care Act (AHCA) for providing more health care options and making health care more affordable.
Then the ad asks, “What’s the Democrats’ plan?”
The tone of the ad then shifts and accuses Democrats of wanting to keep “the status quo,” and declares that Obamacare is collapsing.
The ad notes that numerous insurance companies that are pulling out of the Obamacare exchanges and that House Democrats aren’t doing anything about it.
“It’s time to look out for the American people. Republicans succeeded where Democrats failed,” that ad says in closing.
“House Republicans kept their promise to the American people by passing the American Health Care Act,” said NRCC Communications Director Matt Gorman said in a statement. “Obamacare is an unsustainable disaster and the House took a giant leap in the repeal of this failed law. For years, Democrats stood idly by and unapologetically supported this broken system. We’re proud that the era of Obamacare is finally coming to an end.”
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