instaPoll: Do you believe television advertising campaigns promoting
Obamacare are an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars?
Office of Congressman J. Randy Forbes
According to reports from Politico and National Review, the Obama Administration is preparing for a multimillion-dollar onslaught of television ads designed to promote Obamacare insurance exchanges. Reports indicate that at least $12 million of advertising airspace has already been reserved in thirteen states.
This week, in response, I joined with colleagues to send a letter to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, demanding a halt to this use of taxpayer dollars. I voted against the bill in 2010, and remain committed to defunding the law.
Question of the week: Do you believe television advertising campaigns promoting Obamacare are an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars?
( ) Yes.
( ) No.
( ) I donâ€™t know.
( ) Other.
Take the Poll here.
Find the results of last weekâ€™s InstaPoll here.
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