Black’s First TV Ad on ‘Obamacare’

News release from Diane Black campaign:
GALLATIN- The Diane Black for Congress campaign today unveiled a new television ad. The television ad titled “First Law” is airing on television stations across the Sixth Congressional District. “First Law” highlights Black’s fight to repeal Obamacare and is focused on the fact Black authored the first law reversing a healthcare provision of Obamacare saving taxpayers $13 billion dollars.
“This election is about job creation. Repealing Obamacare and reining in out-of- control federal spending is essential to job creation. Diane Black has led on this issue and she is the author of the first law reversing a healthcare provision of Obamacare. We can always trust Diane to fight for conservative principles. That is why the National Journal has rated her the most conservative U.S. Representative,” said Black’s campaign spokesman Jennifer Baker.
Black was rated the most conservative member in the United States House of Representatives by the well-respected National Journal and she was the first freshman house member to have a bill signed into law. Black’s bill that became law reversed a portion of Obamacare saving taxpayers $13 billion dollars. Black is running for re-election in the newly drawn 6th Congressional District, which includes the following seventeen ( counties Cumberland, Cannon, Clay, Coffee, DeKalb, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, White and Wilson counties and a portion of Cheatham and Van Buren.
The ad may be viewed HERE.

Script is below.


Text of Diane Black TV ad:
Announcer: Which Tennessee Representative is leading the fight against Obamacare?
Diane Black
Diane Black wrote the first law reversing a healthcare provision of Obamacare.
She saved taxpayers $13 billion dollars.
Diane Black: But I’m not done yet. I won’t stop until we have repealed the whole thing.
Announcer: The National Journal says no one in Congress votes more conservative than Diane Black.
Diane Black: But I’m not done with that either.
I’m Diane Black I’ve approved this message and I am asking for your support.
Announcer: Fight Back with Diane Black

One thought on “Black’s First TV Ad on ‘Obamacare’

  1. Jim McMahon

    I thought for a law to become effective, that both the House and Senate had to act on it, and the President sign it, or it can become law without signature, but I’m sure the President would veto it anyway.
    I think the 13 billion tax savings is only in her mind.
    The useless House hasn’t really come up with anything productive yet.

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