Colorado Ads Use Birth Control, Kegs to Convince America's Youth to Sign Up for ObamaCare
Less than 50,000 people have enrolled in ObamaCare through the HealthCare.gov website. Colorado is trying to get young people on board with some controversial ads.
One reads: “Keg-ER. Not sure how I ended up here perched on top of this keg. I could totally fall, but that’s OK. My budget will stay balanced even if I don’t, because I got insurance. Now you can too.”
If that’s not bad enough, there’s another that says, “Let’s Get Physical. OMG, he’s hot! Let’s hope he’s as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers. I got insurance.”
Colorado Congressman Cory Gardner (R) called the ads “absolutely degrading” tonight on The Kelly File. “It’s degrading to women and it says a lot about what they think of America’s youth today.”
He told Megyn Kelly, “What they’re trying to do is change the subject. They’re making a joke out of the fact that 250,000 Coloradans have lost their insurance – and I’m one of them.”