ObamaCare Repeal Pledge


By:  Jonathan Paton Phil Gingrey Bill Posey Jim Jordan John Fleming, Jr. Cory Gardner Mick Mulvaney Louie Gohmert Bob Latta Lee Terry Dan Benishek Andy Harris Steve King Kenny Marchant Lamar Alexander Darrell Issa Phil Roe Rand Paul Mike Lee Tim Huelskamp Bill Flores Cathy McMorris Rodgers Scott Rigell Jack Kingston Mark Sanford, Jr. Michele Bachmann Bill Johnson Alan Nunnelee Paul Broun Kay Granger Dennis Ross Andy Barr Tom Marino Robert Hurt Charles Boustany, Jr. David Schweikert Orrin Hatch Thomas Coburn Trent Franks Jason Chaffetz Rob Bishop Joe Pitts Paul Gosar Tom Graves, Jr. Michael Burgess Renee Ellmers John Culberson Marsha Blackburn Lynn Westmoreland Bill Huizenga Pete Sessions Tom McClintock Doug Lamborn Fred Upton Roger Wicker David Vitter Doug LaMalfa Roger Williams Lee Byberg Richard Grabowski Kevin Cramer David Rouzer Patrick Hisel Vernon Parker Craig Astor Trey Radel Robyn Hamlin David Wallace Tommy Thompson Josh Mandel Gail Lightfoot Deb Fischer George Allen Danny Stroud Frank Mirabile, Jr. Jim Strohm Darryl Holloman Jessica Puente-Bradshaw David Gerson Randy Weber, Sr. Allen Quist Dan Sebring Dick Muri Zach Poskevich Pete Hoekstra Benjamin Hinckley III Andrew Dodge Ted Cruz Jon Barrie Thomas Massie George Faught Laureen Cummings John Koster Brad Staats Tom Cotton Dan Matthews Ron DeSantis Brian Whelan John Featherman Anna Little Calen Fretts Paul Passarelli Richard Mourdock Joel Phelps Hugh Chauvin Sean Bielat Matias Temperley Matt Salmon Karen Harrington Richard Hudson Susan Narvaiz Lee Anderson Jeff Byrd Steven Wilson Scott Rupert Jeff Flake Todd Akin Jason Conger
Date: Oct. 3, 2013
Location: Unknown

I pledge, if elected, to vote for all bills which seek to REPEAL the health care bill, HR 3590, signed into law on March 23, 2010.*

To that end, I would now and will in the next Congress endorse and vote for all measures, including discharge petitions, leading to its defunding, deauthorization, and repeal.

I shall do so whether those measures are taken for the whole of the bill or those component parts that impose mandates, restrict patient and doctor choice and access, violate individual freedom and privacy, reduce healthy competition, increase costs, or raise taxes.

*The healthcare bill is defined as consisting of: 1) The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (H.R. 3590), signed into law on March 23, 2010; and 2) The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (H.R. 4872), signed into law on March 30, 2010.

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