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Heather Graham Races For Public Option — Love It or Leave It?

In a new commercial called "Track Meet," actress Heather Graham flashes her toned bod and a bit of cleavage to make the case that America needs a healthy public healthcare option. The spot, sponsored by MoveOn, claims that insurance companies have gotten lazy and bloated from the profits — but a little competition from a fit and lean public option should get the system back in shape. With a new poll showing that the majority of Americans want a government-run health insurance plan that will compete with private insurance, this ad might convince the rest of Americans who oppose it. Do you find it persuasive?

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sloane220 sloane220 6 years
i love it and it's true. i'd rather have single payer insurance but if a public option is the best we can do to get these private insurance companies to start providing more equitable care for better prices then so be it.
b1uebunn b1uebunn 6 years
They start to keep up with her because she brings back good competition. It's actually a very well done and diplomatic ad. Now the bloated, lazy companies will have to do better to keep their customers. I think it's a great ad.
Hiding55 Hiding55 6 years
Not everything government related is a mess. I don't know why Americans trust their private medical insurance companies. They are out to make money. They are not concerned with your treatment. Their only concern is making money and holding onto it for as long as possible. Most people don't even read the contract that they have with their insurance company. They are crooks. Every year they raise premiums but never offer you anymore coverage. It's all about money, money, money.
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