Crossroads Generation, a GOP super-PAC, blasted the impact of President Obama's healthcare initiative on young people ahead of the Supreme Court decision on whether to uphold the law.
In a 60-second Web video released Monday, the group criticizes aspects of Obama's signature legislation.
“We want to reach young people online with a simple explanation of the downsides of the law. Young Americans have been sold a bill of goods about healthcare reform without having been told about the drawbacks,” said Kristen Soltis, communications adviser to Crossroads Generation, in a statement. “It’s important that my generation hears both sides of the story on healthcare reform.”
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Monday, June 25, 2012
Crossroads Generation and Health Care
An earlier post described Crossroads Generation, a youth project of American Crossroads, the College Republican National Committee; the Young Republican National Federation and the Republican State Leadership Committee. Geneva Sands writes at The Hill:
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Labels: American Crossroads, government, health care, mass media, political science, Politics, youth