Thursday, July 12, 2012
This is just getting absurd.
Instead of acting on President Obama's commonsense initiatives to create jobs and strengthen the economy, yesterday House Republicans voted to repeal Obamacare. For the 33rd time.
The worst part of all of this? The fact that Republicans are repeatedly trying to repeal a law that will literally save lives.
There's one surefire way to guarantee this doesn't continue past November: by doing everything we can to ensure that President Obama and Democrats win on Election Day.
Don't give Republicans the chance to continue trying to repeal Obamacare after November. Donate $5 or more today.
Let's talk about what is really at stake for millions of Americans if Republicans are victorious in November and they gain enough support in Congress -- or even in the White House -- to actually repeal this law:
Children with pre-existing conditions would once again be denied coverage, some women would lose access to critical preventive care, and millions of seniors would lose the benefits that help pay for life-saving medication.
These advancements are just too important for us to stand by and give Republicans more chances to repeal Obamacare after Election Day.
So fight back now to ensure Democrats can win in November -- don't give Republicans another shot. Donate $5 or more today:
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