New Progressive Ad Campaign Targets Republicans For Voting To End Medicare

From TPM -- Significant New Progressive Ad Campaign Targets Republicans For Voting To End Medicare (VIDEO): In a significant escalation of the progressive campaign to make Republicans pay a political price for voting to end Medicare, the

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From TPM -- Significant New Progressive Ad Campaign Targets Republicans For Voting To End Medicare (VIDEO):

In a significant escalation of the progressive campaign to make Republicans pay a political price for voting to end Medicare, the progressive advocacy group Americans United for Change will run broadcast TV ads in the districts of Reps. Steve King (R-IA), Sean Duffy (R-WI), Chip Cravaack (R-MN), and Paul Ryan (R-WI).

"What are House Republicans thinking asking millions of seniors, the less fortunate and the disabled to make more sacrifices and the richest among us to make less," says AUC executive Tom McMahon in a statement.

If Republicans have their way, there would be no more guaranteed Medicare benefits for America's seniors, only a guarantee of paying more and more out of pocket for less care after being left to the mercy to the private insurance industry. There would only be a guarantee that millions of Americans would lose their jobs - only a guarantee that America's poor and disabled will live sicker and die younger while millionaires get another tax break they don't need and the nation cannot afford. This is not a path to prosperity, only a path to bankrupting seniors so Paris Hilton and BP can have another tax break. And there's nothing courageous about that.

More there so read the rest. It's good to progressive groups hanging this issue right around the Republicans' necks that voted for it.

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