Montclair attorney Phil Kurnit wants to let everyone know that he believes the “S” was left off the slogan the Republicans are touting to "demean and trivialize President Obama’s Affordable Health Care program."
In an effort to use the phrase as a compliment for President Obama’s effort to "help more Americans," Kurnit’s media company, Winthrop Media Group in Montclair, has created, manufactured, and is distributing a magnetic car bumper banner that simply states OBAMACARES, adding the “S” at the end in an obvious way.
Suporters say the Affordable Care Act could give a boost to the economy by slowing the growth of healthcare costs. But critics claim the act exceeds the federal government’s powers.
Kurnit said people can buy the banners directly online from Winthrop Media's website.
“We’re ready to get orders from all over the U.S. We aren’t making any money on these banners. We are simply doing our best to support an American president who really cares about the future health and well-being of its citizens," he said.
Winthrop Media also is actively reaching out to the Hispanic/Latino community with an additional magnetic banner that reads, NO CONFIES EN ROMNEY! (DON'T TRUST ROMNEY!)
According to Kurnit, "Romney lies out of both sides of his mouth, and no matter what he now tries to say to fake out the Latino voters he made himself clear in the primary debates: he intends to and demonstrated that he will lead the anti-immigrant movement of the Republican radical conservatives, further spearheaded now by ridiculous bills to outlaw Spanish from any signs and forms."
Romney has said he supports state-based solutions to immigration issues.
So what do you think? Will you be buying a bumper sticker from Kurnit? Let us know in the comments section below.