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Originally published November 14 2013

Culture shock: Risque new Obamacare ads make young people look like immoral slobs, encourage government dependence, drinking, promiscuity

by Lance Johnson

(NaturalNews) Obamacare is not only a failed website; it's also a system of beliefs forced on Americans. On top of that, it is a gross system of welfare, encouraging immaturity and completely destroying the virtue of personal responsibility in America.

As a forced set of beliefs, the Affordable Care Act fines and taxes all who don't comply. This is equivalent to a business owner taking a portion of your money for a product you don't even want or never even purchased. If this reality of theft isn't disturbing enough, you've probably been brainwashed.

Whatever the case, Obamacare is now encouraging and spawning risque new ads that make young people look like immoral slobs with no self control or dignity.

The new ads make Obama look like some kind of savior, crediting him for giving young people affordable insurance so they can all go out and party it up!

Disturbing new ads make young people look like irresponsible dependents

New disturbing pro-Obamacare ads, spearheaded by the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative, make young people look like irresponsible government dependents with no self control or integrity.

These ads are an absolute disgrace to young people, who are already victimized by the Affordable Care Act. (It's the young people who are systematically forced to pay for unnecessary medical procedures and tests. It's the young people who are forced into paying for sicker populations.) These ads are a smack in the face to young, responsible adults who have good character and a growing awareness of how to take care of their own health. These ads mock those who strive for standards in their social and sexual relationships.

One of the ads says, "Let's get physical! OMG, he's hot! Let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers. I got insurance. Thanks Obamacare!"


One ad is pure flu shot propaganda

Another ad promotes absolute propaganda encouraging cheap flu shots while promoting moral stupidity in the process: "Get your shots. Shotskis keep us happy. Flu shots keep us healthy. Saving money on flu shots leaves us more money for fun shots. We got insurance. Now you can too!"


The ad's creators are obviously not credible, considering their promotion of junk science flu shots. It's possible that this stupid propaganda may have been funded by donations from certain flu shot manufacturers. Either way, the promotion lacks integrity every which way.

Another ad targets women, making them out to be promiscuous animals

These aren't the only insulting ads. Another ad targets women, making them look promiscuous, lacking any self control. The ad reads, "You're excited about easy access to birth control and I'm excited about getting to know you. She got insurance. Now you can too. Thank Obamacare!"


These ads encourage the idea that everyone must pay for your personal life decisions.

These ads encourage a system which lines the pockets of the drug industry.

These ads are created and publicized by those who think they are extending affordable health care to all.

In reality, this entire system, which was forced upon the American people, is a medical lie. The answer to your health does not exist in the health care system that has been established, coerced and mandated onto the people in recent decades.

Real, affordable health care begins with individual empowerment, learning and personal responsibility. It starts with a desire to self educate, not a tendency to depend. In this day and age, one really must think outside the box and look for answers outside of the American Medical Association. Real health care starts in the cells, and real insurance is found in whole food nutrition, in the healing properties of nature.

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