Conservative Solutions PAC New Television Ad, “Some Republicans,” Highlights The Damage Rubio Has Done To ObamaCare
“For All The Republican Talk…One Republican Presidential Hopeful Has Actually Done Something…”
WASHINGTON, DC – Conservative Solutions PAC, the Super PAC supporting Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign, today released a new television advertisement highlighting steps taken by Marco Rubio to end ObamaCare. Rubio has saved taxpayers $2.5 billion and threatened the law's long-term survival by ending a bailout of the insurance industry. The ad, entitled “Some Republicans,” will air in both Iowa and New Hampshire. To watch the video click here.
V/O: On ObamaCare, some Republicans gave up.
Some talked tough, but got nowhere.
“For all the Republican talk about dismantling the Affordable Care Act, one Republican presidential hopeful has actually done something…”
(Onscreen: The New York Times, Dec. 9, 2015: “For all the Republican talk about dismantling the Affordable Care Act, one Republican presidential hopeful has actually done something…”)
V/O: Marco Rubio
“Marco Rubio conceived and pushed a plan that will all but kill ObamaCare.”
(Onscreen: “Marco Rubio conceived and pushed a plan that will all but kill ObamaCare.” AmericanThinker.com, November 20, 2015)
V/O: Marco Rubio.
(Onscreen: “knowledgeable conservative voice” Newsmax, 12/6/15)
(Onscreen: “outsmarts the Democrats” powerlineblog.com, 12/9/15)
(Onscreen: “killed Obamacare” American Thinker, 11/20/15)
V/O: No wonder he’s the one Hillary’s afraid to run against.
“Some Republicans” is the second ad from Conservative Solutions PAC to highlight the fact that former Secretary Clinton’s campaign and supporters have repeatedly voiced fear that Marco Rubio would be the strongest candidate coming out of the GOP primary.
The new ad, “Some Republicans,” will begin airing on December 22nd statewide in Iowa and New Hampshire.
More information regarding Marco Rubio's fight to end the insurance bailouts, saving taxpayers $2.5 billion, can be found in recent coverage by Reuters, PowerLine, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
For more information on Conservative Solutions PAC, please visit: www.conservativesolutionspac.com.