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2008 POLITICAL ADS: WHITE HOUSE, HEALTH CARE

Service Employees International Union: "Worried Sick"

Producer: Knickerbocker SKD

Service Employees International Union: "Worried Sick"

 

Running Time: 00:30

Debut Date: 10/06/2008

Ad Buy: Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

 

Cost: not available

Summary: Two women discuss the pitfalls of McCain's health care plan.

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Script of "Worried Sick" (TV)

WOMAN #1: How did Sam's surgery go?

WOMAN #2: Good, thank god. I don't know how we're going to pay all the bills.

We've got insurance, but it doesn't seem to cover much. He's been out of work for two weeks.

ANNOUNCER [v/o]: Worried sick about health care costs? John McCain's plan won't help.

McCain's health care plan would raise taxes for many families and would deny coverage for pre-existing conditions like cancer.

(Text on screen: source: thinkprogress.org)

WOMAN #2: And get this: McCain wants to start taxing our benefits.

(Text on screen: Worried sick? Get the facts at www.seiu.org)

WOMAN #1: Maybe you should send him your bills.

ANNOUNCER [v/o]: SEIU COPE is responsible for the content of this advertisement.

(Text on screen: Obama for president; Paid for by SEIU COPE. www.seiu.org; Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee)

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