Pelosi Says . . . Kyrsten Sinema is ‘Standing Tall’ With ObamaCare
Nancy Pelosi’s “Meet the Press” Appearance this Weekend Sparks New Round of ObamaCare Questions for House Democrats
WASHINGTON – On this week’s “Meet the Press,” Nancy Pelosi proudly stated that Democrats are going to continue backing ObamaCare and its failed policies. She proclaimed that “Democrats stand tall in support of the Affordable Care Act,” and it’s time for Arizona families to know: does Kyrsten Sinema ‘stand tall’ with President Obama and his botched health care law?
Sinema has been an ObamaCare supporter through and through, and has repeatedly ensured that the billion dollar health care law remains the law of the land. Arizona families are fed up with their canceled policies, skyrocketing premiums and unaffordable access to health care. It’s time for Kyrsten Sinema to fess up – is she going to ‘stand tall’ with the law heading into the 2014 elections?
“Kyrsten Sinema has been an ObamaCare advocate throughout the botched rollout, and now Nancy Pelosi admits she will be ‘standing tall’ in continued support of the failing law,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Thousands are suffering thanks to Sinema’s ObamaCare support, and her continued allegiance to President Obama and the failing health care law is hurting Arizona families.”
Nancy Pelosi said on “Meet the Press” that Democrats are all ‘standing tall’ in support of the Affordable Care Act. (“Pelosi: Democrats ‘stand tall’ with Obamacare.” By Cheryl K. Chumley, The Washington Times, 11/18/13)
Kyrsten Sinema Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call #154, 5/16/2013)
In the individual exchanges across the country, over 4.8 million people have received cancellation notices from their insurance companies. (“The ObamaCare Exchange Scorecard: Around 100,000 Enrollees and Five Million Cancellations.” By Avik Roy, Forbes, 11/12/13)
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