Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visited Florida this week to juice the state’s already-surging enrollments in Obamacare. During her visit, Sebelius announced the openings of new centers for people to sign up for Affordable Care Act plans in person. Florida has the second-highest enrollment total of any state, and first among those using the federal exchanges, but their percentage of “young invincibles” enrolled lags behind the national average, at 21%.
The Republican National Committee welcomed Secretary Sebelius with an ad campaign entitled “Mentiroso,” which highlights the cancellation letters that were hot news in November and early December:
Here’s the ad’s English script, via press release from The Miami Herald-Tribune:
SPEAKER: The president promised that if you like your health plan, you could keep it.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: If you like your plan you can keep it.
SPEAKER: But that’s a lie.
JORGE RAMOS: Thousands of people are getting letters of cancellation from their insurers because allegedly their plans do not meet the requirements that exist under ObamaCare. And others have been told that they have to pay more for the same policies.
SPEAKER: If you are a victim of the lies of the president, click on the ad and share your story at www.GOP.com/comparte
SPEAKER: Paid for by the Republican National Committee, who is responsible for the content of this advertisement.
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