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Time and again, Ken Buck has sided with big business over Colorado families. Now, Buck argues that healthcare reform should be repealed and he has provided only vague details on keeping healthcare affordable for working families.
During the October 15 ABC/Chamber of Commerce debate, ABC news correspondent Jake Tapper pushed Buck to provide real details of his healthcare proposal. His response? Scary at best.
Buck’s campaign claims that healthcare reform is a system that, “Infringes on personal freedom, violates states’ rights, will ration medical care and could potentially bankrupt our country.” Although his critique is baseless, it seems that Ken Buck envisions a system where private, profit-earning insurance companies can violate personal freedom and bankrupt American families.
Hasn’t big business already done enough harm to America’s working families? Wall Street has destroyed retirement funds, big banks have torn communities apart with foreclosures and now Ken Buck wants to give health insurance companies the power to come after our homes, cars and bank accounts.
Colorado families cannot afford Ken Buck. Literally.