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SCF Launches TV Ad Pressuring Democrats to Defund Obamacare

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ALEXANDRIA, VA — The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) launched a new national TV and radio ad campaign Tuesday criticizing congressional Democrats for using a government shutdown to force millions of Americans into Obamacare — a program Americans overwhelmingly oppose. The ad campaign urges Americans to make their voices heard to pressure Democrats to fund the government without funding Obamacare.

Over two million Americans have now signed the national petition to defund Obamacare. The petition website can be found at DontFundIt.com.



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Obamacare will begin any day now, but it's unaffordable, unworkable, and it's unfair.

Thankfully, Republicans have voted to fund the government without funding Obamacare.

But Harry Reid and the Democrats in Congress are forcing a government shutdown to get their way.

Instead of admitting Obamacare was a mistake, Democrats are insisting that Americans be forced into a government-run health care program they don't want.

Congressional Democrats want you to be forced into a program they're exempted from.

How about exempting hard-working Americans?

It's time for Democrats to listen to Americans and defund Obamacare.

Please call 1-800-575-2443 right now to sign the national petition to defund Obamacare.

Over 2 million Americans have already signed the petition but congressional Democrats are still not listening.

That's 1-800-575-2443.

Tell Republicans in Congress to stand strong and don't give in to Harry Reid and the Democrats.

1-800-575-2443.

Senate Conservatives Fund is responsible for the content of this message.

Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) is an independent, grassroots organization that advocates for conservative policies in Washington and helps elect true conservative leaders to the United States Senate.

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