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April 30th, 2013

Democratic Candidates Running From ObamaCare

From “Extremely Problematic” to “Train Wreck” – Democrats on Defense

Washington, D.C. – Last night during the South Carolina 1st Congressional District debate, Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch joined the chorus of Democrats who are running for office and running from ObamaCare.

As BuzzFeed notes Colbert Busch “was troubled by [ObamaCare’s] cost and the burden it could put on employers”: “Obamacare is extremely problematic, it is expensive, it is a $500 billion cost than we originally anticipated, it’s cutting into Medicare benefits and it’s having companies lay off their employees because they are worried about the cost of it. That is extremely problematic, it needs an enormous fix,” she said during a debate Monday night.

Colbert Busch’s concerns echo fellow Democrats’ disdain for the health care overhaul including Democrat Senator Max Baucus, the architect of ObamaCare, who recently called it a “train wreck” as well as Democrat Senator Jay Rockefeller who said the Affordable Care Act is “beyond comprehension.”

Democratic pollster Mark Mellman reinforced the internal uneasiness among Democrats over ObamaCare: “We already know that, left to its own devices, this doesn’t end up in a good place,” said Mark Mellman, a Democratic pollster. “Anyone who thinks this issue is done is fooling themselves.”

“Few issues are as personal and as tangible as health care,” said NRSC Communications Director Brad Dayspring. “As costs continue to increase,  ObamaCare’s taxes, mandates, and red tape will shock millions of Americans as the painful parts of the law are implemented over the next year. President Obama can rest easy after 2012, but  voters will remember that every incumbent Senate Democrat has their fingerprints all over this train wreck.  They’re not alone. Members of Congress interested in being promoted to the Senate like Bruce Braley and Gary Peters have a $1 Trillion weight holding them down, and that’s ObamaCare.”

ObamaCare has gone from being an “abstract” discussion to a real life pain for families and businesses which has Democrats who supported this costly agenda like Bruce Braley, Mark Pryor, Mark Begich, Kay Hagan, Mary Landrieu, Jeanne Shaheen, John Barrow, Mark Udall, Gary Peters, Al Franken, Mark Warner, Tom Udall, Dick Durbin and Jeff Merkley in a tailspin. Vulnerable Democrats will be forced to face voters just as ObamaCare’s tax hikes, mandates, fees, penalties, and red tape bureaucracy take shape over the next eight months.

Press Release from the National Republican Senatorial Committee

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