If one thing has become clear over the three years since President Obama's health care law passed Congress, it's that our country can't afford the so-called Affordable Care Act. ObamaCare is already raising health care costs and making our economy worse, and it hasn't even been fully implemented yet. It's time to repeal the president's $2.6 trillion law and enact commonsense, step-by-step reforms that will give patients the care they need from the doctor they choose, at a lower cost.
Three years ago, Republicans warned that the president's $2.6 trillion health care law was the wrong medicine for our nation's health care system. Today it's clear that Republicans were right. The president's $2.6 trillion health care bill not only shows no signs of fixing the problems in our health care system but gives every indication that it will make our problems worse by driving up taxes, health care costs, and premiums; limiting patients' health care choices; and increasing the challenges facing small businesses. It's time to repeal the Democrats' health care law and enact commonsense, step-by-step reforms that will allow patients to get the care they need, from the doctor they choose.