This week marks the second anniversary for Obamacare (PPACA)! Studies just published say it will cost more than DOUBLE of what originally thought. 67 percent of Americans don’t like the Health Care Bill. The midterm 2010 election results, with the democrats losing 63 seats in a House election, were based on a citizen uprising, a true revolt against Obamacare and the huge national debt. Voters know that if Obama is reelected, Obamacare is here to stay! I grew up in Canada where my Father was a heart surgeon.

Because of Socialized Medicine, he had a two-year waiting list of patients to get heart surgery. Many would die waiting their turn. He would operate on as patients every day to save more lives. I had emergency brain surgery three years ago here in Arizona. I had an MRI, CT scan and surgery in 24 hours. I know I would have died waiting my turn for an MRI, CT scan and surgery in Canada. Our system isn’t perfect, but can be improved.

Governor Mitt Romney would repeal Obamacare! Romney thought of the conservative alternative to National Health Care and had it been adopted in the 49 other states, would have killed Obamacare from the beginning by solving the health insurance problem at the state level.

Governor Romney is committed to repealing Obamacare. He will balance the budget without raising taxes, encourage everyone to succeed, create jobs, open up pipelines, drilling, restore our strength at home and abroad and protect our religious and Constitutional freedoms.

Heather Sandstrom

Mesa

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