Dan Joseph: College Women Not Swayed by Racy Obamacare Ad


“A new ad put out by the Colorado ObamaCare Exchanges focuses on a woman’s ability to get cheap birth control under the new law in a effort to entice young people to buy insurance

MRCTV’s Dan Joseph traveled to a college campus and asked some young women what they thought of the controversial advertisement.”

  • ConfusedAmericanCitizen

    I am so offended for these young women! We might live in a day when public education is doing it’s damnedest to dumb our children down, but now they are assuming that they are not only stupid but simply animals as well. Old ladies, we are called scripturally to teach our young ladies and all of us need to be rising up to defend them against this!

  • Remember in liberal logic it is only sexist if you believe that abortion is murder.

  • Melissa

    I think ads like that are demeaning to say the least, they act like women just want sex. Now that so much attention is being focused on abortions, the Obama administration has began to push birth control now as a way to push their obamacare. I don’t understand why it should always focus on women, men should also be responsible for birth control, because should the baby be born, he’d have to pay child support. I think that this reporter interviewed the wrong group, obamacare isn’t focusing on women college students, I think they are more focused on low income women who have little education, because this type of ad wouldn’t/shouldn’t appeal to those who are higher educated.

  • Bryan Lyman

    I don’t know what I love more about this video: That even the women who believe in open female sensuality find the ad offensive, the media being kicked off a publicly funded college campus (Does that badge look like is says “University Speech Police” or is it just me?), or the goober admitting that his campus is a liberal brainwashing machine.

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