Statements about Health Care
Says Al Franken "voted to exempt himself and Congress from enrolling in (the Affordable Care Act marketplaces)."
Says North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis "called Obamacare ‘a great idea.’ "
"One thing that is much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act is repealing the Affordable Care Act."
Says Mark Udall "decided Obamacare. ... He passed Obamacare with his vote."
Says Bruce Braley took "tens of thousands from his friends in the health insurance industry" and gave them "special favors" by voting for Obamacare.
"Before Congress, (Tom) Cotton got paid handsomely working for insurance companies and corporate interests."
"More than 3 million young adults ... have gained insurance under (the Affordable Care Act) by staying on their family’s plan."
"When people enter the service, there’s not a mental health evaluation."
Says the goal of the Affordable Care Act was to get 30 million people insured, but it only got 7 million.
A Koch brothers group is "going to college campuses, giving away free booze to try to bribe young folks out of getting health insurance."
"Women take birth control, more than half of them, as a medication for other conditions."
"Americans increasingly want (the Affordable Care Act) to be repealed."
Millions of Americans are "paying more and getting less" under Obamacare.
The United States has seen "a net loss of people with health insurance" because of Obamacare.
"Most young Americans right now, they’re not covered" by health insurance.
Says Tom Cotton’s vote in Congress to change Medicare "will increase out-of-pocket expenses for every senior in Arkansas."
Says Nancy Pelosi said, "Waiting long hours in the emergency room will allow you to make new friends!"
"We’ve got close to 7 million Americans who have access to health care for the first time because of Medicaid expansion."
Obamacare includes a "$700 billion cut from Medicare for seniors."
"Nonpartisan government analysts say Obamacare will cost our economy up to 2.5 million jobs."
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