“Today all Nevadans should be disappointed that ObamaCare was given a new lease on life by the United States Supreme Court”, said Nevada State Republican Party Chairman Michael J. McDonald.
“ObamaCare was bad policy when the Democrat led Congress passed it, and it is bad policy today. This represents the largest tax increase ever on the middle class, while at the same time jeopardizes Nevada’s healthcare resources that are already stretched thin”.
McDonald cited the recent Democrat polling numbers in the state that showed only 34% of Nevadans thought that the Supreme Court should rule ObamaCare constitutional. McDonald also says that he has had numerous conversations with doctors over the last year, and they fear the implementation of ObamaCare will have a devastating effect on the number of medical professionals that will stay in the profession.
“We need Republicans elected to Congress, and Mitt Romney as our next President or Nevadans are going to see Canadian style health care rationing, fewer choices, and higher taxes”, said Chairman McDonald, and adds, “It’s clear how Nevadans feel about ObamaCare and that should send a clear message to every candidate running for office this November.”