Republican Weekly Address: We Will Repeal Obama’s So-Called Healthcare Law Better known as a Massive ObamaTax (VIDEO)
The Republican Weekly Address by U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) discussed the new Obama health care tax that was upheld this past week by the US Supreme Court as a tax. Barrasso called for the repeal of the ObamaTax and the misrepresentation, lies and “broken promises” of President Obama and hid Obamatax.
All this to pass Obamatax, backroom deals, Corn Husker kickbacks, misrepresenting that Obamacare was not a tax, a 2010 Democrat shellacking and now raising taxes on Americans making less than $250,000.
Highlights from Barasso’s commentary:
“The President and his allies in Congress are going to try to convince the public that the Supreme Court just gave the health care law a seal of approval.
“The fact is that this is the same failed policy that won’t lower the cost of health care in America.
“On Thursday, I was in the courtroom as the Supreme Court ruled that the President’s health care law is what the President claimed it was not: a new tax.
“President Obama has repeatedly promised, and I quote, ‘if you’re a family making less than $250,000 a year, my plan,’ he said, ‘won’t raise your taxes one penny.’ (VIDEO)
“The President’s health care law hires more IRS agents to investigate you and to make sure you buy insurance—but it fails to deal with the shortage of nurses and doctors to actually take care of you.
“The President’s health care tax is only one of his many broken promises related to this law.
“He promised lower health care costs, but they keep going up.
“He promised lower insurance premiums, but they’ve increased $2,400 a family over the past three years.
“He promised the law would create jobs, but the Congressional Budget Office projects that 800,000 fewer people will have jobs because of this law.
Now that the Supreme Court has acted, the American people cannot afford for Congress to wait any longer.
“It is time for Washington to repeal the President’s health care law and replace it with real health care reform. [...]
As GOP presumptive Presidential candidate Mitt Romney stated, the only way to rid ourselves of Obamacare is to rid ourselves of Barack Obama in 2012.