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(Update: Round Two is here.)

Okay, Army of Photoshoppers. Scott G. at Ah, Shoot is fighting the government takeover of the health care industry with all of his artistic power — and has issued a challenge for an Obamacare poster contest. He has adapted old WWII art to inform the public of the consequences of Obamacare. (The posters are all in the public domain and you can find a huge collection here. Longtime readers will recall the incredible WWII-inspired Pshops readers sent in to counter the NYTimes’ blabbermouth reporting.) As I’ve said before, this battle must be won not just in the halls of Congress, but on the ground, in the airwaves…and in the culture. There’s work to be done and a fight to be won.

Get to it:

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Submission from 31 Bravo:

Submission from Richard P.:

Submission from Suitably Flip:

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Keith Hennessy: Diving into the Kennedy-Dodd health care takeover bill.

Michael Tanner: The Obamacare to come. 7 bad ideas for health care reform.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Health care