Two GOP Special Election Candidates Back Repeal of Health Care Reform
So Charles Djou, one of the three GOP candidates vying for a blue seat in a special election right now, is not promising to move immediately to repeal health care reform. What about the other candidates, Tim Burns in PA-12 and Ed Lynch in FL-19?
Republican special election candidate Tim Burns has challenged Democratic special election candidate Mark Critz to sign a pledge to repeal the measure. Burns said he is opposed to the health care reform bill but would support tort reform and interstate competition.
“Critz offers a hollow explanation with a tentative promise of ‘likely’ being against the bill,” Burns said in a release. “If he is serious about making sure Nancy Pelosi and the liberals don’t allow for taxpayer funded abortions and fighting for the constituents of this district, he should join me in signing a pledge to repeal the bill. Voters deserve better than weak statements regarding policy and are in need of a strong congressman who will stand up to Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi in Washington.”
By contributing, 5, 10, or 20 dollars to our campaign, your donation will count towards a full and unequivocal REPEAL of the most dangerous legislation passed since this nation’s founding, as well as a vote against the pending power grabs that are in the works by the Obama administration- pushes for the passage of cap and trade legislation as well as blanket amnesty for illegal immigrants.
And at a rally in Arizona today, John McCain made multiple promises to repeal the legislation.