During the health care debate on the Senate floor, Republicans emphasize that Democrats health care bill would increase insurance premiums for American families already struggling with the high cost of health care.
During the health care debate on the Senate floor, Republicans criticize the cuts to Medicare in the health care bill, noting a half trillion dollars in cuts would harm hospitals, nursing homes, and Medicare Advantage.
During the health care debate on the Senate floor, Republicans criticize the tax hikes in the health care bill, noting that they will raise health care costs for patients and doctors and damage small businesses at a time when our country is facing 10 percent unemployment.
In a speech on the Senate floor, Senator Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) emphasizes that every pro-life senator should cast a no vote on allowing the Senate to consider the Democrats health care reform bill, which would require at least one government-sponsored insurance plan to cover abortion and would allow taxpayer dollars to subsidize such plans. All it would take, Senator Johanns points out, to defeat public funding of abortion is for one pro-life Senate Democrat to stand up for his or her principles and vote no on considering the bill.
Republicans emphasize that the Democrats' health care plan which will raise premiums and taxes, cut Medicare, and drive up the deficit is not the kind of health care reform the American people are looking for.
At a press conference in the US Capitol, Republican senators emphasize Americans opposition to Democrats health care reform proposals, which would raise taxes, increase premiums, cut Medicare, and drive up the deficit.
On Capitol Hill, Republicans point out that the Democrats health care bill doesnt address the fundamental issue: reducing health care costs. Instead, Democrats bill would increase premiums and taxes, cut Medicare, and drive up the deficit.
On Capitol Hill, Republicans argue for a step-by-step approach to health care reform to reduce health care costs and avoid the excesses of a 2000-page, trillion-dollar bill that would increase premiums, increase the debt, cut Medicare, and put government in control of health care decisions.
Republican senators emphasize that funding health care reform by cutting seniors Medicare is unacceptable. Any Medicare funds should go to preserving Medicare for our seniors not funding a new government program.
Republicans point out that higher premiums, higher taxes, Medicare cuts, and government control are not health care reform and are not what the American people are looking for.