Today in Zpolitics, Walter Jones of the Morris News Service wrote, “For Republican primary voters the question next year will be which candidate’s approach to ObamaCare makes the most sense.”
He only mentioned those Republican candidates who have held public office while ignoring the others. The four candidates that he discussed were politicians with flawed records.
Representatives Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston, and Paul Broun have all been in Washington for over six years and have learned the Washington ways. This year alone, ElectTheRightCandidate.us reports that they voted for ten unconstitutional big government legislations.
Their health care positions have flaws. Broun has his own bill, H.R. 2900. It calls for the federal government to have unconstitutional mandates for the states to follow. Both Gingrey and Kingston are cosponsors of H.R. 3121, “To repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and to promote patient-centered health care.” It has many unconstitutional provisions including a partial federal take over the state legal system.
For further discussion on the Constitutionality of Section V of H.R. 3121 by constitutional law professor, Rob Natelson, click here.
Karen Handel is the past GA Secretary of State. It was during her watch that Georgia acquired electronic voting machines that many people believe are corruptible because there is no paper trail. In an interview, she criticized legislation that would require a paper trail of the votes. Her web site advocates ending ObamaCare but offers no alternative solutions to the problems with our system.
Jones fails to mention four of the Republican candidates. Perhaps this is because they have not yet held public office and this makes them unworthy of consideration.
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