Conservative group launches TV ad campaign targeting Minn.'s Nolan, federal health law

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: December 26, 2013 - 4:23 PM

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A new television ad from a conservative group is targeting Minnesota Rep. Rick Nolan's votes around the nation's new health law.

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roadtoruinDec. 26, 13 4:36 PM

Nolan and Franken are without a doubt, two of this nation's most vulnerable politicians running for office next November. I will enjoy seeing both of them go.

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slikweasel21Dec. 26, 13 5:05 PM

Nolan's biggest error was supporting gun control vocally. Did he not realize he is in Minnesota's Eight District? Stewart Mills is now in position to retake the once solidly Democratic Eighth because of this. Foolish.

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Jakein08Dec. 26, 13 5:25 PM

Americans for Prosperity's name really should be Americans for corporate prosperity.

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minn12Dec. 26, 13 5:32 PM

Hard to believe this radical liberal throwback from the 60's was even elected in the first place. Hopefully, the voters there will come to their senses next election.

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bs6699Dec. 26, 13 6:30 PM

So the republicons want to attack Nolan because he supported the ACA? Other than the botched rollout, which is now largely fixed, how is this a bad thing? Millions more people will be able to get health insurance, and can't be denied for a pre-existing condition. The complaints about old policies being canceled is a crock...those policies did not cover the basics as defined in the law, or were replaced by ones that did. Remember that the GOP offered no health care reform options, and gave the ACA/Obamacare ZERO support. Their attacks have no substance, they are sheer propaganda. It's time the media (meaning real journalists) separated fact from republicon myth.

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WaterBunkerDec. 26, 13 7:48 PM

The Republicans see blood even in MN liberal waters. Nolan and Franken are vulnerable and so incompetent, but we have elected this type of liberals often. I hope I am wrong, but these guys could win. If they do go down, America will have voted overwhelmingly for anti Obama candidates. We can only hope.

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jim4848Dec. 26, 13 8:33 PM

So someone in Kansas wants to control our elections. Why?

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jpcooperDec. 26, 13 8:46 PM

Franken is toast! BTW Franken was the 60th and deciding vote on Obamacare!

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foneboothDec. 26, 13 8:53 PM

Oh boo hoo, conservatives sit on their hands for decades watching insurance companies rip us off and when they get a bill to counteract it they want to protect their wealthy brethren...too bad...next time work for all people, not just the wealthy few

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arspartzDec. 26, 13 9:13 PM

conservatives sit on their hands for decades watching insurance companies rip us off

The liberals sit on their hands for decades watching abusers rip off the system for free healthcare or just leaving the bill for someone else to pay.

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