Statements about Health Care

Embryonic stem cell research is at a "dead end, with no one good example of a successful treatment."

The health care law "adds around $800 billion of taxes on the American people. It does not discriminate between rich and poor."

The health care law could cost up to $2 trillion, "double what we were promised."

The health care law "imposes the largest tax increase in history on the middle class."

"Bill Nelson was the deciding vote" on the health care law.

Says the Congressional Budget Office "said if you’re going to buy your own policy with these (health care) exchanges you’ll be paying 10 percent more ... about $2,100 more for a family."

A company with "20 employees" could go "out of business" because of health care law requirements to buy insurance.

The Medicaid expansion is "going to cost Florida $1.9 billion a year."  

Says the health care law rations care, like systems in Canada and Great Britain.

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson was "the deciding vote for the health care law."

An "Obamacare slush fund" paid to spay and neuter dogs and cats, then counted it as an "anti-obesity campaign."

"Millions could lose their health care coverage and be forced into a government pool" under the new health care law.

"Obamacare could cause 20 million people to lose their current coverage."

"A Florida judge ruled parts of Obamacare unconstitutional."

President Obama "promised" families making less than $250,000 a year would not see taxes go up, but "Obamacare raises 18 different taxes."

"20 million people could lose their current coverage" … "including our senior citizens who are on Medicare."

"Seniors will see $500 billion in Medicare cuts to fund Obamacare."

Says Barack Obama's health care law "will be the biggest job-killer ever."

"This (Independent Payment Advisory Board) board can ration care and deny certain Medicare treatments so Washington can fund more wasteful spending."

"Romneycare sent costs spiraling out of control" in Massachusetts, "hiking premiums, squeezing household budgets."

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