The following quotes were taken from a ThinkProgress article.
A new campaign by Generation Opportunity, a conservative group that Yahoo News reports has “financial ties to billionaire businessmen and political activists Charles and David Koch,” is taking this third approach. Generation Opportunity wants to specifically target college students this fall, spending up to $750,000 on a campaign to convince young people they don’t need health insurance.
“What we’re trying to communicate is, ‘No, you’re actually not required to buy health insurance,’ ” Generation Opportunity’s president, Evan Feinberg,explained in an interview with Yahoo News. “You might have to pay a fine, but that’s going to be cheaper for you and better for you.”
How does Generation Opportunity want to get that message across to college students? They’re planning a college tour, bringing anti-Obamacare literature and beer coozies emblazoned with the words “opt out” to 20 different campuses. And they’re also unveiling an ad campaign that features an unsettling image of “Uncle Sam” appearing in the doctor’s office to subject young adults to invasive exams.
Now, brace yourselves for some next-level shit. These are some legendary ads right here folks. Also hilariously ironic given the GOP’s stance on birth control and abortions.
^The ad directed towards women.
^The ad directed towards men.
Yea, no more needs to be said.