ObamaCare Architect Fears A “Train Wreck”
For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Contact: Mandy Fletcher Fraher (515) 720-5250
Des Moines, IA – American Future Fund (AFF) is pleased to see more former supporters of ObamaCare, reversing position and raising concern such as US Senator Max Baucus (D-MT) did this week before Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
During a hearing, Baucus called the implementation of ObamaCare a “train wreck” and said he was “very concerned” about the misconceptions the public and small business owners have about the effects of the new law.
As chairman of the finance committee, Baucus was a
key author and supporter of the ObamaCare law. However, he realizes the days of lofty speeches and promises are quickly coming to an end. The rubber is about to meet the road. Small businesses in particular will feel the pain of this trillion-dollar plan which will increase our debt and taxes, cut $500 billion from Medicare, force job cuts and threaten the very quality of our healthcare. This harsh reality is leaving former supporters, like the Roofer’s Union and Senator Baucus, voicing their concerns and calling for repeal.
“We are pleased more leaders are recognizing ObamaCare for what it is – an irresponsible and wasteful plan,” stated AFF Founder Nick Ryan. “We need healthcare reform but a trillion-dollar government takeover was never the right plan for America. Senator Baucus’ statements and pressure on the Dept of Health and Human Services is exactly what is needed to repeal ObamaCare and get us back on the right course.”
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