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Congresspersons and Governors End taxpayer supported health care for opponents of Affordable Care Act

    1. Joseph Sparks
    2. Petition by

      Joseph Sparks

      Columbia, MD

Members of Congress and governors in several states want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but have not provided any workable alternative to provide health care coverage for the millions of Americans lacking health coverage. These same politicians bemoan government funded health care, yet do not hesitate to accept taxpayer funded health insurance for themselves.

If you disagree with this hypocrisy, then support this petition to end taxpayer funded health care for these politicians that accept taxpayer funded health care for themselves, but want to deny it for their constituents.

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    News

    1. Reached 25 signatures
    2. The Huffington Post has an article on why my petition is necessary.

      Joseph Sparks
      Petition Organizer

      The article, "Democrats Mock GOP For Protecting Own Health Care In Repeal Vote," points out how certain politicians are willing to repeal health care benefits for the general public, but want to keep these same benefits for themselves.

    3. Reached 10 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Frank Satriale CHESTER SPRINGS, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      The hypocrisy coming from these politicians is unsettling. How can you be completely and wholeheartedly opposed to something while taking full advantage of it? This needs to stop. I don't like to see this kind of thing coming from the people who represent us. It makes them seem immature, and who wants immature politicians in our congress?

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    • josephine ekleberry MINDEN, NV
      • over 2 years ago

      what's good for the goosed is good for the GOP-TP ganders

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