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What a difference six months makes. 

Here is what Ken Eudy, CEO of the Raleigh marketing firm Capstrat and prominent Obama supporter,  said on the company blog in November, just after the election.

Count on seeing unprecedented grassroots support for the new administration’s programs and in ways that no one has yet conceived. Change is on the way.

Not in health care, if Eudy’s company can help it.

Here is what the Washington Post reported Monday.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina is putting the finishing touches on a public message campaign aimed at killing a key plank in Obama’s reform platform.

The company developing the campaign to kill Obama’s health care plan—Capstrat.

One Comment


  1. Aftercancer

    May 19, 2009 at 10:48 am

    It is time to just bring the fight. Canadians do not hate their health care and millions of Americans already receive government healthcare. It’s called Medicare, Medicaid and Tricare.

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