BOSTON - As last week’s Supreme Court decision continues to dominate the discussion at both the local and national level, the Brown campaign today released the latest installment of the Scott Brown Radio Report, called “Health Care.” The statewide ad will begin running tomorrow.
In the ad, Brown talks about the negative impact the federal health care bill will have on our economy with its “trillions in new spending and higher taxes.” He discusses the conversations he has had with small business owners who tell him that they are “afraid to hire more people because of the law.”
Brown adds that in Massachusetts “we responsibly dealt with the problem of the uninsured, without raising taxes or cutting care to our seniors,” and concludes by saying, ”it’s now up to you the American people and your elected leaders to put jobs first and return to the states the power to decide their own health care futures.”
To Listen To The Radio Report, Please See: http://youtu.be/L0kMwYCTa7U
ANNOUNCER: “Here’s Scott Brown with the Scott Brown Radio Report.”
U.S SEN. SCOTT BROWN: “Hello this is Scott Brown
“The ruling by the Supreme Court to uphold the Federal Health Care Law, is bad medicine for the economy, the budget, and jobs.
“This massive new entitlement means trillions in new spending and higher taxes, not to mention half a trillion dollars in Medicare cuts for our seniors.
“I talked to many employers especially small business owners, and they tell me their afraid to hire more people because of the law.
“In Massachusetts, we responsibly dealt with the problem of the uninsured, without raising taxes or cutting care to our seniors.
“All that changed with the federal law and its heavy-handed approach.
“It’s now up to you the American people and your elected leaders to put jobs first and return to the states the power to decide their own health care futures.
ANNOUCER: “That was Scott Brown with a Scott Brown Radio Report.
U.S SEN. SCOTT BROWN: “I’m Scott Brown. I approve this message. Go to ScottBrown.com to learn more.”
DISCLAIMER: Paid for by Scott Brown for US Senate.