Democrats are taking a fresh approach to tackling the opioid crisis in 2018, launching a new ad campaign targeting the opioid epidemic and the Trump administration.
The ads are targeted to both the Trump and Clinton administrations, according to a new Democratic campaign ad, which features a series of images of lawmakers and their families pleading with the president to do more to fight the opioid addiction crisis.
The group also launched a new website, http://www.demsdems.org, which has the slogan, “Stop the War on Drugs.”
In addition, the group is targeting lawmakers in other states, including North Carolina, which recently became the first state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of the drug.
The ad campaign is part of a push by the group to push for federal funding for the states to tackle the opioid issue.
The new ad begins with an image of a family in the background, as well as a man in a red jacket with a large “D” on it.
The man is shown with his hands in the air as he walks around a corner.
“We’re not just talking about a family here.
This is a whole lot of people,” the man says, as his hands are crossed behind his back.
“We need you to get to work.
You know, we’ve got to make this thing stop.”
The family also appears to be on a flight.
The father is seen with his face covered, as is his son, and the daughter.
“It’s not about what the family’s going to do, it’s about making sure you’re doing it right,” the father says.
“I’ve been on this journey with my kids for four years.
I know what I’m going to get.
You’ve got kids, you’ve got a wife, you’re raising kids.
You’re trying to get your life together.
But you’ve gotta get to it.
You gotta get your family on the same page.
I’ve got my kids, I’ve had my wife, I got my son, I just got to get it done.””
The more we get to know you, the more you’ll understand.
You have to stop the war on drugs.
The sooner you get to a place where you’re able to do that, the sooner you’re going to be able to stop it.”
The ad begins by showing the family and then the man on the plane.
The family is seen sitting together in the family room, as a woman holds up a prescription for OxyContin, a prescription that can be used to treat opiate-related pain.
A young man is also seen in the foreground.
“This is the first time that I’ve seen a family with three kids,” the woman says.
The man in the frame then sits down next to his mother.
“That’s because we’ve been talking,” he says, smiling.
“What’s wrong with us?”
The woman continues to ask, “Is this what we want?”
The man continues to smile and say, “Yeah.”
“Is it going to stop?
It’s going a long way,” the mother says.
Then, the woman is shown sitting next to the man and his son.
The woman in the picture says, “I’ll get this prescription, you take the pills, you get your OxyContin.”
The man responds, “Thank you.”
The woman asks, “Do you think it’s going stop?”
“No, no, no.
I think we’re going through it.
I don’t know how long it’s gonna last, but it’s just gonna go away.”
The mom says, “[The man] looks like he’s not happy.”
“We have to make it stop.
I want you to take this prescription.””
You get your prescription,” the mom says.
As the ad ends, the mother looks up at her son.
“Are you ok?
Are you feeling better?””
Yeah,” he responds.
“Yeah, I’m fine.
I’m feeling better.
I guess I’m just a little scared now.””
Are we going to go back to the plane?” the mother asks.
The mom responds, “[It’s] all right, I can take it.”
As the family is leaving, the man asks, “[How are you?]
Are you OK?”
The family says, [We are] fine, we just need to take the OxyContin and take care of our family.
“As a result of the opioid overdoses that have taken place in recent months, more than 100 people have died and more than 2,000 have been treated for opioid-related conditions.
President Donald Trump has said that the opioid problem is “unprecedented” in modern American history, and he has called for a “public health emergency” to combat the epidemic.
He has also suggested that the government could start regulating the sale of painkillers like OxyContin as soon as next year.
However, Democrats in Congress have been fighting to curb federal spending on opioids and other prescription drugs, and some Republicans