I took a screenshot of the video, at 0:17:
Here's a bold proposal to send out to the Conventional Wisdom: No Illinois governor should ever, ever include the subliminal image of a hand counting large amounts of cash in his or her advertising.
...And, seconds later, from the man who is actively trying to strongarm a Chicago children's hospital, Uncie Rod shows off his softer side by touting a children's health insurance program he allowed to bankrupt:
I think the outstretched hand is out of the frame.
This would be great fodder for a caption contest. I'll start:
"I'm sorry you have [BLEEPING]
Leukemia, but you expect me to help you out and all I get is [BLEEPING] appreciation? [BLEEP] you, [SICK LITTLE GIRL 1]! Curing your Leukemia is a [BLEEPING] valuable thing. You don't just [BLEEPING] give it away."
And again, to paraphrase Patrick Fitzgerald, the "bleeps" are not really "bleeps."