Urge Congress to keep their promises and repeal Obamacare—all of it!

Make a promise, keep a promise.

It is catastrophic and disappointing that House GOP Leadership are pretending that their proposal is a full Obamacare repeal, when it fails to even reach the minimum repeal standard passed by Congress in 2015 and vetoed by then President Obama.

Congressional Republicans have been entrusted with leadership largely due to their oft-repeated promise to repeal Obamacare, the Ryancare bill accepts the underlying principles of the failed health care law, and attempts to fix it. The Ryan bill is indefensible both from a policy and political perspective.

It is up to the American people to remind Republicans of their promise to repeal all of Obamacare. It is crazy for the GOP to try to go back to the American people and tell them that the rules of Congress prohibited them from re-establishing state based health care solutions, and instead they should be happy with a mutant national health care plan. For the first time in six years, Nancy Pelosi sees a pathway to holding the Speaker’s gavel again, ironically through the GOP’s planned failure to keep their Obamacare repeal promise that defeated her in 2010.

President Donald Trump needs to take a step back from the Ryancare abyss and listen to those of us who supported him. This legislation must be retooled to rip all of Obamacare out by the roots, followed by a replacement bill that respects the American people and the Constitution by returning authority over health care to the states.

You know what to do! Let’s urge the House and Senate to keep their election promises and fully repeal Obamacare! If last year’s repeal was good enough for former President Barack Obama to veto, it should be good enough for President Trump to sign.


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Dear U.S. Senators and U.S. Representative and the President:

It is catastrophic and disappointing that House GOP Leadership are pretending that their proposal is a full Obamacare repeal, when it fails to even reach the minimum repeal standard passed by Congress in 2015 and vetoed by then President Obama.

Congressional Republicans have been entrusted with leadership largely due to their oft-repeated promise to repeal Obamacare, the Ryancare bill accepts the underlying principles of the failed health care law, and attempts to fix it. The Ryan bill is indefensible both from a policy and political perspective.

We remind you of the majority's promise to repeal all of Obamacare. It is crazy for the GOP to try to go back to the American people and tell them that the rules of Congress prohibited them from re-establishing state based health care solutions, and instead they should be happy with a mutant national health care plan.

President Donald Trump needs to take a step back from the Ryancare abyss and listen to those of us who supported him. This legislation must be retooled to rip all of Obamacare out by the roots, followed by a replacement bill that respects the American people and the Constitution by returning authority over health care to the states.

You know what to do! Keep your election promises and fully repeal Obamacare! If last year’s repeal was good enough for former President Barack Obama to veto, it should be good enough for President Trump to sign.

Sincerely, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS

Public Comments

Public Comments (199)
Mar 20th, 2017
Don B. from Denver, CO writes:
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Provide different levels of health care for those who choose not to have insurance. ie Mess hall eating facility vs. restaurant. Everyone gets taken care of; just different costs.
Mar 17th, 2017
Someone from Columbus, OH writes:
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Obamacare is an Obamanation. REPEAL IT NOW!
Mar 15th, 2017
J. Larry & Rose R. from Houston, TX signed.
Mar 15th, 2017
Theresa L. from Navarre, FL writes:
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ObamaCare has been given a fair chance to succeed. It has failed to make any measurable difference in the problems this legislation was drafted to address. Costs have increased dramatically. The use of emergency rooms to obtain primary care has not decreased. More people are covered but cannot afford their deductibles or cannot find a doctor who accepts Medicaid. Unelected bureaucrats have inserted themselves into the doctor-patient relationship. I think President Trump believes in universal access to quality health care regardless of ability to pay but he knows ObamaCare is not working. Congress must repeal ObamaCare. The American People demand and deserve better.
Mar 14th, 2017
E. T. from Marshall, NC writes:
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REPEAL the ObamaCare catastrophe! You can do it in one sentence that will fit on the back of a postcard. If you don't repeal ObamaCare as you promised, you'll be even more untrusted than the Swamp Media. We don't believe a single word they say, now, including "and" and "the." (Hat tip to Mary McCarthy)
Mar 14th, 2017
Sandra G. from Augusta, GA writes:
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We want this monstrosity completely gone so it can never rear its ugly head again. Don"t make promises you can't keep (or is the correct word WON"T?).
Mar 13th, 2017
Clay Y. from Simpsonville, SC signed.
Mar 13th, 2017
Someone from San Antonio, TX writes:
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OK Congress, just heard on the news about people having to turn over their genetic testing to their employer. I assume, since the American people are your employer, you all will be turning over your genetic testing for us to review. If not, don't expect us to. You all seem to be granting yourself more power than the Constitution allows.
Mar 13th, 2017
Someone from Yukon, OK writes:
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One of Trumps campaign promises was to repeal Obama care. It never should have passed into law in the first place. Democratic rationale to pass it to find out what's in it was absurd. The entire nations healthcare system has been disrupted by Obamacare. So much lying and deceit… Most people had health insurance and they were supposed to be able to keep it, and keep their doctors, it wouldn't raise the national debt one penny. It it was supposed to be a way of helping people with pre-existing conditions to be able to get affordable healthcare insurance. All they would've had to do would be to pass a law for that one issue. Anyway it'll be interesting to see how this all pans out. Trump has said in the past that he is for national healthcare and when asked said the taxpayers would pay for it. I'm sick of know it all politicians intruding into my life. My insurance coverage went up 10 X with Obama care I don't want the government making things worse.
Mar 13th, 2017
Someone from San Antonio, TX writes:
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I am urging the members of the Freedom Caucus and every Conservative in Congress to please DO NOT give in to Paul Ryan's is Bill. You have the American people's support, please do not cave. It appears we got rid of John Boener in name only. This is just another slight of hand being played on the American people, we see through it and WE DO NOT WANT IT. PERIOD!!!!! To all the Governors who accepted Obamacare, well, that was a poor decision on your part so now you have to deal with it's consequences.