The Cost of Inaction

This is an absolutely brilliant and powerful animated video from OFA.  It’s great stuff. Top notch. Wish we had it 9 or 12 months ago.

What makes it effective is that it is a top-level message about the need for reform, without addressing any specifics. No mention of the public option. No mention of individual mandates. No mention of either the Stupak or Nelson anti-choice language. Not shocking, but I certainly wonder what an OFA video that tried to explain more of the how and less of the why would look like.

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