Obamacare is one of the most destructive pieces of legislation ever written. Its entire premise is built upon a string of deceptions. We were promised we could keep our doctors. That is not true. We were told it would reduce the cost of health insurance. That is not true. We were told it would reduce the federal deficit. That is not true.
I have talked with hundreds of hard working families who have told me how Obamacare has hurt them. We can do better than this.
Since taking office in 2013, I have voted dozens of times to fully repeal Obamacare. When Democrats in the Senate have stood in the way, I have worked with my conservative colleagues to chip away at the law through other pieces of legislation. For the first time since the law was enacted, Congress sent a full repeal of Obamacare to the President’s desk. While he ultimately vetoed it, I am proud to have represented my constituents and all those who have been hurt by such a destructive piece of legislation. I will continue to fight for a full repeal of Obamacare
The republican health care plan will increase access through market reforms, allow insurance to be purchased across state lines, introduce tort reform, and provide block grants to the states to aid those with preexisting conditions. These are far better options than Obamacare, and I will continue to fight for these options.