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Cornyn addresses ObamaCare

It seems like just yesterday President Obama and Congressional Democrats promised the American people that ObamaCare would increase coverage and lower costs. Now, just one year after ramming it through we are discovering the truth. Costs are skyrocketing, the federal government is ballooning, our national debt is through the roof, 15 million Americans are still looking for work, and middle class families and small businesses are paying higher taxes. I opposed ObamaCare because it taxed too much, spent too much, and borrowed too much. I voted to repeal it and will continue to fight against it for these same reasons and I will work to replace it with a plan that truly increases access to quality, affordable health care.

Sen. John Cornyn

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Posted by on Mar 23 2011. Filed under Letters to the Editor. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

1 Comment for “Cornyn addresses ObamaCare”

  1. And yet Senator Cornyn votes for resolutions that continue to fund ObamaCare. What he does speaks so loudly, I can’t hear what he is saying!

    I encourage voters to make voting decisions based on what lawmakers do rather than what they say. If they do so, they will find Senator Cornyn likes to talk about how conservative he is, but when it comes to actually standing up and voting conservatively, he falls short.

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