Kirkpatrick Supports ObamaCare’s Rising Costs, Medicare Cuts, Taxes, and Healthcare Decisions in Hands of Government

If You Don’t Want ObamaCare, Don’t Send Arizona Democrat Back to Washington

WASHINGTON —- When Ann Kirkpatrick voted for her party’s big-government takeover of healthcare she ignored the wishes of families, seniors and small businesses in Arizona. Now, the only way for Arizona voters to take back their healthcare choices is to make sure Democrats like Ann Kirkpatrick don’t return to Washington in 2013.
“Arizona families already let Ann Kirkpatrick know how they felt about her decision to champion the spiking premiums, $500 billion in Medicare cuts and job-killing taxes included in ObamaCare,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay.”Arizona families cannot afford the damage ObamaCare is inflicting on our economy, and they can’t afford to send Kirkpatrick back.”

According to Gallup, far more Americans believe ObamaCare will hurt rather than help the economy:
“Americans are more likely to say the 2010 healthcare law upheld by the Supreme Court last week will hurt the national economy (46%) rather than help it (37%), while 18% say they don’t know or that it will have no effect.” (Frank Newport,”Americans See More Economic Harm Than Good in Health Law,” Gallup, 7/5/2012)

Democrats have sacrificed much – including their House majority – for their massive government takeover of healthcare, and Americans are showing no signs of allowing government to expand control of their personal healthcare decisions:
“As the brutal fight continued, the president sacrificed more and more in its name: an overhaul of energy and environmental laws, greater focus on economic issues, some of his own popularity and that of House Democrats, who eventually lost their hard-won majority.” (Jodi Kantor,”Wearing Brave Face, Obama Braces for Health Care Ruling,” New York Times, 6/23/2012)

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You Don’t Have to Settle for a Future Crippled by Ron Barber's Government Takeover of Healthcare #AZ02

Disappointed Arizona Families Cannot Carry the Increasing Costs of ObamaCare

WASHINGTON —- After two debates, President Obama has yet to provide a vision for the future and continues to blame others for his policies that have buried small businesses with more regulations and taxes. With Ron Barber at his side, families and small business owners can expect his big-government takeover of healthcare to cost more money and take away more choices in the years to come (Roll Call #460, 7/11/2012).
“If Obama and Barber’s vision for the future looks anything like the past four years, Arizona families are in for more devastating costs thanks to ObamaCare,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay.”This November, Arizona families and job creators are ready to tell Washington Democrats that they simply cannot survive four more years of the Obama-Barber agenda.”

After the second presidential debate, alarms sounded when Obama failed, yet again, to provide the American people with his plan for the next four years:

"’I just want to say one thing we haven’t brought up yet but it’s incredibly important. The President did not lay out a second term agenda. … it was absent. He didn’t lay out a second term agenda any more than he did in the first debate. And that is where he is the weakest. And he didn’t address it, I thought at all,’ [said Mark Halperin]." (MSNBC’s "Morning Joe," 10/17/2012)

Regardless of Democrats’ promise to decrease them, healthcare costs increased in 2012 as families anticipate what disastrous effects ObamaCare will have when it’s fully implemented in 2014. (“Performance in an Age of Uncertainty,” 17th Annual Towers Watson/National Business Group on Health Employer Survey on Purchasing Value in Healthcare, August 2012)

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Confirmed Kirkpatrick's Party’s Healthcare Takeover is a ‘Big F***ing’ Tax

Supreme Court Decision Verifies What Arizona Families Always Feared, the Worst Tax of ObamaCare is Yet to Come

WASHINGTON —- Ann Kirkpatrick’s party’s massive government takeover of healthcare is still the law of the land and continues to burden our fragile economy. The individual mandate – that the majority of Americans wanted gone – will add heavy taxes to middle class families. Will Ann Kirkpatrick support another weight on her constituents?
“The spotlight is on Ann Kirkpatrick now that the Supreme Court confirmed what Arizona workers already knew, that her party’s healthcare takeover would increase taxes on Arizona families,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay.”The only way to make sure that these taxes don’t do permanent damage on families’ finances and on businesses ability to grow is to make sure Kirkpatrick isn’t allowed to come to Washington in 2013.”

The Supreme Court’s decision ruled ObamaCare’s individual mandate to be a tax on the American middle class:
“The Affordable Care Act’s requirement that certain individuals pay a financial penalty for not obtaining health insurance may reasonably be characterized as a tax.” (Chief Justice John Roberts, 567 U.S. ____(2012), Supreme Court of the United States, 6/28/2012, p. 44)

However, President Obama was adamant that the mandate would not raise taxes on American families who are already dealing with degraded quality of care and less choices through ObamaCare:
“’No. That’s not true, George. The — for us to say that you’ve got to take a responsibility to get health insurance is absolutely not a tax increase…,’ [said President Obama].” (“Obama: Mandate Is Not A Tax,” ABC News, 9/20/09)

When the Democrats’ big government healthcare takeover was signed Vice President Biden had a candid moment:
“Vice President Joe Biden …dropped an F-bomb on live television when he turned to Obama and said, ‘This is a big f***ing deal.’” (“ ‘A Big F—-ing Deal’: Biden’s Health Care Reform F-Bomb On Live TV,” Huffington Post, 5/23/2012)

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