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“Republican Candidates are Talking Plenty about ObamaCare”



Like car wreck drawing attention, front and center for many elections in less than a month on Tuesday, November 4 is The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare.

There have been articles that opponents of The Affordable Care Act are not on the offensive.  That is certainly not playing out in the campaigns of those who want ObamaCare to go.  The websites, speeches, articles, and other press efforts are proof that any campaigns for Congress, and other offices across the United States are based on wanting to do away with The Affordable Care Act.

This is happening in states that went for Obama in both 2008 and 2o12.

An article by Paul Miengoff notes that, “Iowa went twice for Obama. Yet Joni Ernst’s website states:Joni is staunchly opposed to the Obamacare law. Joni supports immediate action to repeal Obamacare and replace it with common sense, free-market alternatives that put patients first, and health care decisions back in the hands of each of us rather than Washington bureaucrats.”

Miengoff details more in his article, “Obama is wrong: Republican Candidates are talking plenty about Obamacare>’

In Virginia, “In Virginia, meanwhile, Ed Gillespie’s “agenda” page lists “replacing Obamacare” as the first item. And a Gillespie ad that aired recently in the Northern Virginia market mentioned his opposition to Obamacare twice.”

This should hardly come as a surprise to anyone who reads anything that focuses on reporting truthfully about ObamaCare.

Americans are being hit with premium increases, and finding out that their medical doctor is leaving due to The Affordable Care Act, resulting in more costs and fewer choices.  Employment opportunities are being redued.  Billions are being wasted, some alleged to be through fraud.  It is little wonder that The Obama Administration has delayed or changed The Affordable Care Act more than thirty times!

That is why is still the focus of so many campaigns of those running for office who oppose ObamaCare!






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