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By: Charles Benninghoff

Seven Democrat Representatives and four Democrat Senators have decided to retire because of the disaster known as Obamacare. Their internal polling showed them that their powerful careers are over and that is the thing that these politicians fear the most.
The latest numbers from the Congressional Budget Office show that another 2.5 million Americans will lose their jobs this year because of Obamacare.

By the time that Obama's health care unionization scheme is fully implemented, even fewer Americans will have health insurance than when we started down this disastrous path in 2009.

You might be one of those Americans who loses everything because of Obamacare before it's all said and done. Obama doesn't care if you lose your job, your health insurance or your house, because he is so intensely dedicated to making America into a socialist gulag.

Just recently, several GOP Senators have proposed the CARE Act, a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, and now there is a good chance that we can pick off several Democrats and RINOs in order to finally stick a fork in Obama's socialist health care takeover.

The full name of the bill is the Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility and Empowerment Act. It was recently unveiled by Senators Tom Coburn (R-OK), Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Richard Burr (R-NC). If you would like to read more about the CARE Act, please visit this page discussing it.

Instead of simply opposing Obamacare and attempting to repeal it, the CARE Act offers an alternative that we can convince Democrats and Republicans to get behind and support. Remember, we do not have to convince every single Representative and Senator that repealing Obamacare is the best choice for America. We just have to convince enough of them to do so.

The CARE Act would repeal Obamacare completely. It rips it out, pours gas on it and lights a match, which is a good thing. That means no more taxpayer-funded abortions and no more death panels for the sick and elderly. Your employer can stop trying to decide whether to cut your job back to 29 hours a week or to fire you in order to save the company.

The CARE Act will allow individuals, doctors, small businesses and states to make health care decisions based on the market and not on forced Obamacare junk plans that cost more and provide less coverage (if any). The changes implemented in this Act will start to push insurance costs back down, instead of driving them through the roof and bankrupting middle class families like Obamacare has done.

If enough of us speak out right now in support of the CARE Act, some Democrats will vote for it in order to try to save their political careers (it won't, but we're not about to let them in on that secret).

Obama recently challenged his political opponents regarding his health care takeover and said if anyone has a better plan, they should bring it to the table. To read about the CARE Act, and how it answers Obama’s challenge, you should visit this page. Conservatives do not support the establishment (or RINO) GOP's plan to just "wait and let Obamacare fail on its own."

There is no sense in allowing millions of additional Americans to lose their jobs and their health insurance just to make a political point. Conservative Christians are more likely to be the ones who have jobs right now – rather than accepting government handouts to survive – so we're only hurting our friends and neighbors if we adopt this tactic.
We support the full repeal of Obamacare and that is why we think everyone should push Congress to pass the CARE Act as quickly as possible. You can urge your family members, friends and acquaintances to support the CARE Act by clicking here.

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