Email Insights: NRCC uses new name in Alex Sink attack ad — Kathleen Sebelius

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The GOP must be getting tired of typing “Nancy Pelosi” repeatedly.

Republicans have tossed out a new name in the tangled web of accusations dogging Democrat Alex Sink because of her recent “exciting prospect” comment on the “negative impact” of Obamacare on the nation’s workforce.

In a new email blast to supporters, the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Katie Prill cited a recent Politico article featuring Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to point out how Sink et al. “are trying desperately to cover up the horrible impact” of the Affordable Care Act.

Sebelius said there was absolutely no evidence “that the Affordable Care Act will drive down employment,” despite the Congressional Budget Office report predicting fewer people would be working.

“It’s troubling that Alex Sink thinks that Obamacare costing our economy jobs is an ‘exciting prospect,’” Prill says. “What’s more concerning is that Sink will say and do anything to cover up the negative impacts of the law to please Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama in Washington.”

What would an NRCC ad be without at least one Pelosi reference?

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