FIRST TV AD: Bullock’s Government Controlled Health Care
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is out this morning with the first TV ad in the Montana Senate race exposing how Democrat Steve Bullock’s government-controlled health care agenda would be disastrous for Montanans.
What does Bullock’s government-controlled health care mean for Montana?
- Force rural hospitals to close.
- Threaten employer-provided health insurance.
- Increase payroll taxes on Montana workers.
- Plus, Bullock in the Senate could put Democrats in charge to create a $32 trillion government-run health care system, limiting Montanan’s choice and access to healthcare.
“Democrat Steve Bullock’s embrace of a government-controlled health care agenda could have disastrous consequences for Montana families,” said NRSC spokesperson Nathan Brand. “Like his party bosses in Washington, who urged him to run, Bullock is trying to push an agenda that is out of touch with principles and priorities of Montanans.”
Steve Bullock supports a public healthcare option.
Basically, government-controlled healthcare.
What would this mean for Montana?
It would force rural hospitals to close.
Threaten employer-provided health insurance.
Increase payroll taxes by $2,000 on Montana workers.
Steve Bullock in the senate could put democrats in charge to create a 32 trillion dollar government-run healthcare system that would raise taxes, limit your choice, and access to healthcare.
Think about that.
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