Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Do they still want to take away people's health care?

Organizing for Action
Friend --

I have a question for the lawmakers who've spent well over 80 of Congress' governing hours trying to restrict or repeal Obamacare:

Now that more than 3 million Americans have health insurance -- a number that is growing every day -- do these Health Care Repealers still want to take it away?

As more Americans begin to see the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, I'm asking you to get behind me on this.

Add your name -- tell these Health Care Repealers we deserve to know if they still want to take away people's health care.

The House voted 46 times to tear down Obamacare. But every day, the law's benefits are getting a lot harder to ignore.

No one can be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition (things like pregnancy or diabetes -- even acne). Insurance companies can't charge women more than men for the same plan. No more lifetime limits on care.

Without the Affordable Care Act, someone like Amy in California could be denied coverage because of a condition she's had since she was a toddler. Health care would go back to something that was out of reach for people like Rosetta in Missouri.

That's why OFA supporters are so committed to spreading the word about getting covered and making a real difference in the lives of friends and neighbors. I don't know many Americans who want to go back to that broken health care system.

I'd love to see a constituent who now has coverage walk up to a Repealer and ask: "Do you STILL want to take away my health care?"

That's the question these lawmakers have to answer. And those are the people they have to answer to.

Say you'll be part of the team that's asking those tough questions -- add your name today:


Thanks -- stay tuned,


Jon Carson
Executive Director
Organizing for Action

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