Statements about Health Care

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn has avoided taking a stand on Obamacare.

Jason Carter supports using Georgia tax dollars to promote Obamacare    

"We’ve got an average of 5,600 soldiers committing suicide. That’s about 20 a day."

"There are still more people uninsured today than when Obama was elected president."

Says some Georgians can get health insurance for $105 a month.  

Says his Patient OPTION Act is the only Republican plan "that completely repeals Obamacare and it takes the federal bureaucrat out of decisions for you."

Every child in Colorado who has been given medical marijuana for treatment for seizures has had diminished seizure activity.

"Obamacare will mean 2.1 million fewer jobs by 2021."

Volunteer firefighters and communities they serve in Georgia and elsewhere are being devastated by Obamacare.

"More Americans believe the moon landing was fake than believe Obamacare is affordable."

"Defensive medicine costs Georgia up to $14 billion a year."

"(U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston) voted to fund (Obamacare)."

"Only 536 Georgians are signed up for Obamacare while 400,000 in the state lost their health insurance."

I am the only U.S. Senate candidate who spoke out against bombing Syria, and who challenged Georgia’s governor and insurance commissioner over obstruction to the Affordable Care Act.

According to a federal report, Obamacare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion.

Says "74 percent of small-business people believe that Obamacare is a bad idea."  

Says "by reducing chronic health care costs in the State of Georgia, we can reduce the $32.8 billion lost each year due to lack of productivity and economic costs."

Warren Buffett says stop Obamacare now and start over.

"Unlike you and me, Congress gets to keep up to $11,000 a year in taxpayer subsidies" under Obamacare.

Congress secured special Obamacare rules "to prevent their healthcare costs from rising."  

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