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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

 9:40 AM 

Neumann's first TV ad targets Obamacare; freedom of religion

Former U.S. Congressman Mark Neumann's first television ad attacks the Affordable Care Act for coverage requirements imposed on religious hospitals.

The 30-second TV ad begins with video of an abandoned hospital where medical supplies are overturned, while Neumann narrates. He says that while President Barack Obama thinks "the government should make every decision for you," his health reform act also imposes on religion by forcing church-run hospitals to carry abortion inducing drugs.

"It's bad enough Obamacare will bankrupt America, but government telling religion what to do," Neumann says, appearing on screen while walking through the hospital. "That should scare you to death."

Neumann then says Obama is hurting America as a narrator ends the ad by saying "Mark Neumann will stand up to Barack Obama and stand up for our constitutional freedom."

 -- By Jason Smathers


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