Skip to comments.Ad: 'Keep Your Doctor, Change Your Senator'
Posted on 03/31/2014 3:05:27 PM PDT by Be Careful
Merkley is a dedicated liberal who fits a state increasingly defined by its biggest city, the insufferably hip and progressive Portland. How can the GOP hope to take back this seat? One Republican challenger appears to be focusing on Merkley's vote and support for Obamacare. Monica Wehby, a pediatric neurosurgeon, has a new ad that juxtaposes news coverage of Oregonians who have had health insurance plans canceled to Merkley's promise in 2009 that under Obamacare, citizens would "have the choice of sticking with the plan you have."
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I would say that a pedriatric neurosurgeon is more than quite intelligent.
Better yet...keep your Doctor, change your President.
What distinguishes them (surgeons) from other professions is fine motor dexterity and speed. I did some psychometric testing (in NeuroPsychology) and although I could match most physicians on other parts of the tests, fell short on the dexterity instruments).
Better yet...keep your Doctor, change your entire Government.
Very good ad!
Entire focus of the campaign is switching into high gear over Lipinski's vote for Obamacare AND his recent statement that "some people will have to sacrifice for the common good" after a bunch of young people complained in an open forum that not only do they not have jobs, they can't afford health insurance either.
Campaign Motto: "Keep Your Doctor, Change Your Congressman!"
We LOVE IT!
Oregon is a big blue state that keeps voting for liberal Democrats.
They can all bite me.
I’d like to improve the grammar in my observation. Change ‘doggy’ to ‘doggish’ or ‘doglike’; canine.
Will extend the same to all baby killing women.
I hope so too, but ONLY if it works. We shall see.
Close it with "If you like your Senator, you can keep your Senator. Period... Not!"
Keep your soul,dump your commie representatives
There is a conservative candidate running, but the GOPe doesn’t want him.
Is that a bumper sticker yet?
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