Shame, Shame Shame, Obamacare’s Embarrassment on Times Square and more

By The Price of Business (1110 AM KTEK, Houston, TX is the sister radio program of US Daily Review and is Hosted by USDR Publisher and Managing Editor, Kevin Price).  These are recommended articles, links and other resources from today’s show.  Tune in at 7 am CST to here in order to hear these great guests and more, or check out our archive here later in the week.

On the Friday, September 13th show, Kevin Price visited with Genevieve Wood, Vice President of the Heritage Foundation talks about a major educational campaign designed to warn people about Obamacare.

According to a statement:

The Heritage Foundation today announced a mammoth billboard campaign in the heart of New York City.  Its message: “Warning: Obamacare may be hazardous to your health.”

Inspired by health warnings from the U.S. Surgeon General, the billboard will encourage passersby in the Times Square area to get more information by texting the word “HAZARD” to 33733.

The six-story billboard, which will be unveiled this week, will be hard to miss. Located on 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues, it is 90 feet long and 67 feet high. The message will run through late October.

A 40-year-old public policy research institution, The Heritage Foundation is known for its influential scholarly research and detailed policy recommendations. It is also known for innovative communications strategies that take its message directly to the American people.

Foundation President Jim DeMint said the organization was inspired to make “for us, an unprecedented foray into ‘big city advertising’” following the success of a recent nine-city, “Stop Obamacare” tour conducted by the organization’s advocacy wing, Heritage Action for America.

“The ‘Stop Obamacare’ tour played to packed houses everywhere we went, from Wilmington to Indianapolis, from Pittsburgh to Dallas,” DeMint said…(read more)

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