By Peter Bolling
May 04, 2006
The next one would also read, "I'm an Alaskan" and feature a pregnant woman who lacks access to prenatal care. The third "I'm an Alaskan" ad might be a person who suffers from a treatable mental illness but who can no longer afford the medication that would assist in their recovery. The fourth "I'm an Alaskan" ad might be a state trooper who, working hours and hours of overtime, attempts to cover an unmanageable area of the state in order to serve and protect. The fifth could be an Alaskan student whose education continues to be marginalized by lack of state funding.
You get the point. All of these could be placed next to the BP "Don t Tax Our Profits" ads.
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