Ken Buck and Cory Gardner best choices


Voters, remember this “crap” as CNN’s Jack Cafferty called the lack of openness and honesty in the Democrat-controlled Obamacare legislative process. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “There’s never been a more honest, more open process for any legislation” than with Obamacare.

Pelosi and all Democrats who participated need to know the real definition of words. America deserves better. Ken Buck and Cory Gardner are the best choices to move the country forward, not only on health care but on creating jobs and the economy. It’s essential to the well-being of the country that Buck and Gardner replace Democrats Michael Bennet, the Colorado rubber-stamping senator of President Obama’s agenda, and Betsy Markey, from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District who voted against her constituents to side with Obama.

I cannot possibly post all the things wrong with Obamacare, but the most current revelation is that employers will have good reason to drop their health insurance coverage due to a weighty tax. Gov. Phil Bredesen, D-Tenn., said, The economics of dropping existing coverage is about to become very attractive to many employers, both public and private.” This is a great concern to me.

The White House denies this is true, but the whole bunch of them have lost credibility. I see this news as evidence of one more step from a health care system where 85 percent of the people are happy to one where almost everyone has sub-standard coverage by the government.

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