First, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOr17a4ZOIU My thoughts: I'm not here to argue about universal healthcare but rather the advertisement's message. At the end we hear "A little more cooperation, a little less politics and we can get the job done." 1.) Republicans and Democrats will never cooperate fully. So the first part was dumb to say. 2.) A little less politics? When Bush was in office were Republicans spewing advertisements suggesting that Democrats cooperate more and that there should be less politics, i.e. **** whoever doesn't agree with the current president? I recall not one of these advertisements. Since when did everyone have to default to Democrat ideals!? I consider myself to be a "softcore" Republican. I'll share my own thoughts on things but if someone disagrees I won't edge the person on. What are your thoughts about the last word's message? If you're a Democrat, do you think that the "A little more cooperation, a little less politics" phrase is entirely appropriate?