Wait. Sorry, wrong one.
The correct one is below. Here’s some verbiage from it:
After the dust has settled, there can be no doubt that this law is working . . . After multiple challenges to this law before the Supreme Court, the Affordable Care Act is here to stay. This morning, the court upheld a critical part of this law, the part that’s made it easier for Americans to afford health insurance regardless of where you live.
If the partisan challenge to this law had succeeded, millions of Americans would have had thousands of dollars worth of tax credits taken from them . . . America would have gone backwards. That’s not what we do. That’s not what America does. We move forward.
Everything and everyone opposing Obama is partisan, in his mind – not advancing on any kind of principle, such as, for example, that laws actually mean what they say. Everything and everyone with a contrary idea to Obama wants to “move backwards,” no matter that moving forward in directions set by Obama either so often steps us off a cliff or moves so many Americans harmed by his policies in the wrong direction.
Obamacare will usher in the gradual destruction of health care for average Americans, raising their costs and their taxes, depleting the quality of care, and leading to health care rationing. There were other ways to provide greater access to health insurance without mandating coverage and having the government set the rules.
Americans of current and future generations will suffer and die because of this law. And that, folks, is what is called moving backwards.