Repeal Obamacare

I am deeply disappointed that the Supreme Court upheld most of Obamacare.

This new tax hike is one that Americans and businesses cannot afford or stomach.

We must repeal and replace the President’s nationalized health care law with common sense and cost-effective solutions.

This tax hike was never about care, it was about control.

I voted against Obamacare, and I voted for its repeal.

This fight will continue after November – that is why I am asking for your support today to help me return to Washington in November to continue to fight against Obamacare and one of the largest tax hikes in this nation’s history.



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