The Repeal ObamaCare PAC

Evan Kates
Rick Crawford, Steven Palazzo, Michele Bachmann, Morgan Philpot, Tim Scott, Robin Smith, Sharron Angle, Marco Rubio. What do all those folks have in common?

For one thing, they're all solidly conservative Republican candidates for the US House of Representatives or for the US Senate. For another, they're among those who have pledged to use their vote to repeal the monstrosity of ObamaCare. For this reason, they're also among the exceptional group of candidates who have earned the endorsement of Repeal ObamaCare PAC (ROCPAC), a federally registered PAC founded in March 2010, shortly after the narrow passage of the 2,500 page legislation known as "ObamaCare."

ROCPAC only supports candidates for U.S. Congress who pledge to use their vote in Congress to repeal the monstrosity of federally run healthcare in America and the many destructive aspects of the alleged healthcare reform passed in March.

We cannot afford to compromise; like the American taxpayers who are set to foot the bill, we are painfully aware that ObamaCare represents anything but "patient protection." Nor will it be "affordable" when fully implemented in 2014, unless "affordability" is measured by how many hundreds of billions in taxpayer dollars that will be required to keep Obamacare afloat.

ObamaCare is a looming train wreck, and it must be stopped. Setting aside the serious questions about its constitutionality, it is indeed worse than even its critics thought..  Then again, what do we expect -- in light of Speaker Pelosi's revealing remark in March that "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.".

ROCPAC was formed within days of the passage of ObamaCare for the sole purpose of supporting candidates who will use their vote to repeal it.  The prospect of repeal is no longer "wishful thinking" - victory is within reach. Here are just a few of the most recent indications:

  • According to a poll released two weeks ago, the number of Americans (61%) who favor full repeal are a near-supermajority, and their numbers have been growing -- dramatically -- since May, as the worst aspects of ObamaCare come to light.
  • The Weekly Standard's Jeffrey Anderson discussed a recent poll showing that, "if you support Obamacare, you've just lost 40 percent of the independent vote - before any other issue is even addressed.".
  • Congressman Joe Barton of Texas, likely the Chairman of the House Energy & Finance Committee with a GOP takeover in November, has put repealing ObamaCare at the top of his agenda and outlined a no holds barred strategy for repealing and defunding the destructive aspects of ObamaCare, specifically mentioning individual and employer mandates.
  • Minority Leader John Boehner, the GOP Minority Leader who stands a strong chance of becoming Speaker of the House in January agrees. "What I want to do," he said early this month, "is repeal ObamaCare and replace it with common sense reforms that will bring down the cost of health insurance and protect American jobs."

Mr. President, you said you "welcome the fight" on ObamaCare. Here it is.

Evan Kates is the Political Director for Repeal Obamacare PAC.  For  more information or to make a donation: www.repealobamacarepac.com.
Rick Crawford, Steven Palazzo, Michele Bachmann, Morgan Philpot, Tim Scott, Robin Smith, Sharron Angle, Marco Rubio. What do all those folks have in common?

For one thing, they're all solidly conservative Republican candidates for the US House of Representatives or for the US Senate. For another, they're among those who have pledged to use their vote to repeal the monstrosity of ObamaCare. For this reason, they're also among the exceptional group of candidates who have earned the endorsement of Repeal ObamaCare PAC (ROCPAC), a federally registered PAC founded in March 2010, shortly after the narrow passage of the 2,500 page legislation known as "ObamaCare."

ROCPAC only supports candidates for U.S. Congress who pledge to use their vote in Congress to repeal the monstrosity of federally run healthcare in America and the many destructive aspects of the alleged healthcare reform passed in March.

We cannot afford to compromise; like the American taxpayers who are set to foot the bill, we are painfully aware that ObamaCare represents anything but "patient protection." Nor will it be "affordable" when fully implemented in 2014, unless "affordability" is measured by how many hundreds of billions in taxpayer dollars that will be required to keep Obamacare afloat.

ObamaCare is a looming train wreck, and it must be stopped. Setting aside the serious questions about its constitutionality, it is indeed worse than even its critics thought..  Then again, what do we expect -- in light of Speaker Pelosi's revealing remark in March that "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.".

ROCPAC was formed within days of the passage of ObamaCare for the sole purpose of supporting candidates who will use their vote to repeal it.  The prospect of repeal is no longer "wishful thinking" - victory is within reach. Here are just a few of the most recent indications:

  • According to a poll released two weeks ago, the number of Americans (61%) who favor full repeal are a near-supermajority, and their numbers have been growing -- dramatically -- since May, as the worst aspects of ObamaCare come to light.
  • The Weekly Standard's Jeffrey Anderson discussed a recent poll showing that, "if you support Obamacare, you've just lost 40 percent of the independent vote - before any other issue is even addressed.".
  • Congressman Joe Barton of Texas, likely the Chairman of the House Energy & Finance Committee with a GOP takeover in November, has put repealing ObamaCare at the top of his agenda and outlined a no holds barred strategy for repealing and defunding the destructive aspects of ObamaCare, specifically mentioning individual and employer mandates.
  • Minority Leader John Boehner, the GOP Minority Leader who stands a strong chance of becoming Speaker of the House in January agrees. "What I want to do," he said early this month, "is repeal ObamaCare and replace it with common sense reforms that will bring down the cost of health insurance and protect American jobs."

Mr. President, you said you "welcome the fight" on ObamaCare. Here it is.

Evan Kates is the Political Director for Repeal Obamacare PAC.  For  more information or to make a donation: www.repealobamacarepac.com.