Skip to comments.Sen. John Barrasso (WY) Delivers Weekly GOP Address on the Need to Repeal Obamacare
Posted on 06/30/2012 5:55:45 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
In the Weekly Republican Address, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) calls for full repeal of Obamacare following the Supreme Court's decision this week to uphold the President's health law. A doctor who has practiced medicine for 25 years, Sen. Barrasso says the Court's ruling did nothing to improve the failed health care law: "It remains unworkable, unaffordable, and very unpopular." Sen. Barrasso says congressional Republicans are committed to repealing Obamacare and replacing it with health care reform that ensures Americans "get the care they need, from the doctor they choose, at a lower cost."
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Taxing and borrowing more money is not going to help the economy. People are unemployed and we are going to continue to increase government spending? Something is very wrong with these crazy politicians.
I am so very happy he did not say cheaper. Cheap is a statement about quality, not price.
Sorry folks, just a really big pet peeve. When PetMeds.com first started their commercials I sent a letter to them and since that time they never say cheaper, but instead say cost less.
No way for Pubbie candidates to evade in 2012, except of course in liberal states.
Not to mention "illegal" despite what SCOTUS says...
What part of “We don’t want the government meddling in health care” don’t these guys understand? The system is a mess now because of all the government meddling.
The only thing that needs to change - after ridding ourselvges of this monstrosity - is tort reform. We have got to stop lawyers from getting rich off UNDESERVED malpractice suits. Maybe it’ll stop the John Edwards’s of the world from breaking every law and bonking everything in a skirt.
Of course, since the SCOTUS ruled that it is a First Amendment right to lie, he’s just a law-abiding citizen./s
Stop right there Sen. Barrasso. Free market, remember?
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