Tea Party group slams ObamaCare in latest ad

"Now, I wonder … Will my time be spent navigating a complicated system, or helping people get well? What will happen to my patients if I have to close my practice?"

In a statement, the AFP slammed ObamaCare as a "government intrusion into the private healthcare decisions of doctors and patients."

The group's commercial is the latest volley in a larger ad battle between supporters and opponents of the healthcare law.

The AFP launched its million-dollar campaign in early July, several weeks after Organizing for Action released a commercial in favor of ObamaCare.

The ad featured people who have benefited from the Affordable Care Act, including a doctor who is treating more seniors and a patient who received a rebate from his insurance company.

"Better coverage and lower costs — that's what ObamaCare means for them," the ad's narrator stated.