Sunday Opinion: Thanks for the derogatory ads Obamacare

Caleb Bonham
Editor-in-chief Emeritus

Connect for Health Colorado has spent over $80 million to set up and market Colorado’s health exchange website. But in October only 3,736 people actually completed the process and signed up.

Considering the fact that this law is dependent on the youth subsidizing the high health care costs of the elderly, a push for young applicants was needed.

"My generation does not only think about sex, birth control or getting hammered."   

Enter the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and ProgressNow Colorado, creators of the “Thanks Obamacare” ad campaign.

The “got insurance?” ads, which can be found by visiting DoYouGotInsurance.com, are the left’s most recent attempt to be hip and appeal to college aged millennials by propagandizing to the lowest common denominator.

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The ads depict Bro’s doing keg stands and women who have only one worry, getting guys between the covers.

Does the left really think our generation is that shallow?

The left is perverted and the lens through which they view my generation is inaccurate.

My generation does not only think about sex, birth control or getting hammered. In some states the youth are seeing health insurance premium increases of 250 percent, our affordable bare bones plans are being cancelled because of Obamacare and nearly 44 percent of recent college graduates are underemployed.

We are not solely concerned about getting people between the covers. We are concerned about our future.

We want to kick start our lives, we want to make this world a better place, we want families and careers, and the left’s moronic propaganda is doing nothing but stereotyping us in derogatory ways.

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Caleb Bonham

Caleb Bonham

Editor-in-chief Emeritus
Caleb Bonham is the former editor-in-chief of Campus Reform. Named a Red Alert Politics "30 Under 30," Caleb is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and host of the award nominated YouTube series, The Caleb Bonham Show. Caleb's work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, MSNBC and The Blaze. Caleb is a proud graduate of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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