Today, Club for Growth Action unveiled TV, radio, and digital ads as well as launched a microsite, GonzalezFacts.com, to expose Julio Gonzalez’s support for death panels like those proposed for Obamacare. The microsite also highlights other truths about Gonzalez including his refusal to take a term limits’ pledge and his opposition to President Trump.
This ad campaign is part of an additional $300,000 buy and is running on broadcast, cable, radio, and digital throughout Florida’s 17th Congressional District.
Upon release of the ads, Club for Growth Action President David McIntosh noted:
“Julio Gonzalez is out of step with Florida’s voters. Not only did he call President Trump’s run ‘deplorable,’ Gonzalez also supports Obamacare death panels where insurers determine whether a patient deserves to live or die.”
“Gonzalez is wrong for Congress, and Floridians deserve to know the truth about his record.”
To watch Club for Growth Action’s TV ad, “Malpractice,” click here.
To listen to Club for Growth Action’s radio ad, “Crossword,” click here.
Transcripts of both the TV and radio ads are also included below.
Club for Growth Action
What could be worse than Obamacare?
Julio Gonzalez proposed giving bureaucrats and insurance companies the power to stop treatment for people they decide cost too much to keep alive.
For the sake of the patient, Gonzalez wrote, insurers should be able to cutoff treatment that is “no longer of value to society.”
He calls it a health index. A death panel is what critics call it.
Wrong for Congress.
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Male: This crossword is unbelievable.
Female: Just ask, dear.
M: A doctor whose top concern is NOT the health of patients.
F: Dr. Julio Gonzalez. The guy running for Congress.
M: Oh, yeah. Gonzalez wrote that book where he proposed giving bureaucrats and insurance companies the power to cut off care for people they decide are too sick to live.
F: Just like those ObamaCare death panels.
M: And Gonzalez opposed the opening of a new urgent care facility in Venice because he said it might “negatively impact” business at own medical practice.
F: So he can make more money. Where did you see that?
M: At GonzalezFacts.com. All the details are there.
F: GonzalezFacts.com. I’ll check it out.
M: Gonzalez doesn’t fit.
F: I’m not voting for him.
M: No, I mean the puzzle.
F: Pathologist is the answer for the puzzle. And Gonzalez is NOT the answer for Congress.
M: Paid for by Club for Growth Action. ClubForGrowthAction.org and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Club for Growth Action is responsible for the content of this advertising.