Loebsack Doesn't Regreat ObamaCare Vote

January 1, 2009

 Good Morning,

It seems that even though Iowa seniors and job creators continue to voice their concerns with Loebsack’s drastic cuts to Medicare, Loebsack still refuses to acknowledge the unpopularity and damaging effects of his government takeover of healthcare. Apparently, Loebsack would rather stand by his drastic cuts to Medicare than remove the burdensome law that will continue to destroy jobs and pile more debt onto taxpayers across Iowa.

Look at what he said yesterday…

“Loebsack told Muscatine’s Marilyn Wedel that he doesn’t regret his vote on the Affordable Care Act, the 2010 health care reform bill… (Muscatine Journal, 2/21/2012)

Loebsack doesn’t regret cutting Medicare and empowering a board of unaccountable bureaucrats who would stand between seniors and their doctors? Please consider the following comment from the NRCC as you cover Loebsack doubling down on his failed policies that have hurt Iowa seniors.

NRCC COMMENT: “Iowa seniors have had enough of Dave Loebsack’s disappointing policies that have put their healthcare at risk. Loebsack may not regret his vote to make drastic cuts to Medicare, but Iowa seniors won’t regret kicking him out of office in November.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Andrea Bozek