NRCC: Peters Plagued By ObamaCare Support

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In Wake Of ObamaCare Debacle, Peters Is Desperate To Hide His Support – But It’s Too Late, Peters Is Part Of The Problem

WASHINGTON – Scott Peters has been one of ObamaCare’s biggest supporters – he has defended ObamaCare and voted to keep the law.

With ObamaCare proving to be a total disaster – from the botched website to the broken promises – it’s no surprise that Peters is now desperate to hide his support. But it’s too late – Scott Peters is part of the problem. Because of his support for ObamaCare, things are only going to get worse for California families.

“No matter what this Washington politician says, Scott Peters voted to keep ObamaCare the law of the land,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Peters is part of the problem, and it’s because of him that ObamaCare has been such a total disaster for the American people.”

Peters Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call #154, 5/16/2013)

Only 26,000 People Managed To Buy Health Insurance On HealthCare.gov In October, The First Month The Website Was Open, The Health And Human Services Department Said Wednesday. (Maggie Fox, “26,000 signed up on federal ObamaCare website in first month: administration,” NBC News, 11/13/13)

Washington Post’s Fact Checker Awards Obama’s Pledge That ‘No One Will Take Away’ Your Health Plan Four Pinocchios. (Glenn Kessler, “Obama’s pledge that ‘no one will take away’ your health plan,” Washington Post, 10/30/13)

Even As President Barack Obama Sold A New Health Care Law In Part By Assuring Americans They Would Be Able To Keep Their Insurance Plans, His Administration Knew That Tens Of Millions Of People Actually Could Lose Their Policies.(Kevin G. Hall and Anita Kumar, “Analysis: Tens of millions could be forced out of health insurance they had,” McClatchy, 11/7/13)

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  1. Bill,

    Any HC Programs without addressing either Insurance markets over state lines or real Tort Reform is a non-starter. My understanding, during the democrats-ram-rodding of OC before the vote, when the Republicans did attempt to be engaged, they came to the table with these concerns…they were stiff-armed and ignored.

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