What’s Up with SEIU’s NYT Ad?

DrAdsforProfileWell the Doc opened up the old mailbag today and here’s what poured out.

Dear Dr. Ads,

I was reading the New York Times during my union-sanctioned mental health break when I came across this full-page ad.

 

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Text:

 

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After reading that, I developed a severe case of SEI-(FL)U.

Any remedies in your medical bag?

-SueU

 

Dear SueU:

You read the disclaimer up top, right?

Anyway, here’s some background from the Healthcare Education Project website that promotes the SEIU (Service Employees International Union) campaign:

The Healthcare Education Project is a community-based advocacy organization committed to improving healthcare in New York State through education, grassroots organizing and coalition-building. Our mission is to protect and expand access to quality, affordable healthcare for all New Yorkers. Our efforts focus on building partnerships with individuals, local healthcare providers, and civic and religious leaders in neighborhoods across New York State.

You can also read about the successes they claim and get answers to FAQ.

What you can’t read is news coverage of this SEIU effort because there doesn’t seem to be any.

Which is why they bought the ad in the first place.

Yo.

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5 comments on “What’s Up with SEIU’s NYT Ad?

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    What???? They didn’t use the word “stakeholders”????

    What is happening to this world!!!

  2. As a union thug I heartily endorse this event or product.

    • Campaign Outsider says:

      You’ve got my family’s (Printers Union, Teamsters Union) vote.

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