• Rep. Scott Taylor: While Republicans are Keeping Our Promise on Healthcare, Democrats Obstruct

    — Patient-centered flexibility is the focus of Republican healthcare efforts —

     Rep. Scott Taylor, R-2nd, delivered this week’s Virginia GOP Address.

    Remarks as prepared for delivery:

    “Hello, I’m Congressman Scott Taylor and I have the honor and great responsibility of representing Virginia’s 2nd district.”

    “I’m here today to update you on health care. We know Obamacare is a disaster. The law is collapsing and doing nothing is not an option. That is not leadership.”

    “You put your trust in us, and Republicans from the White House to Congress are committed to leading, committed to keeping our promise, committed to repealing Obamacare.”

    “While the Democrats continue to use every means they have to block efforts to fix healthcare, even though many of them have expressed problems with the ACA, we are here to help rescue Americans, create better healthcare, more access, and reduce cost.”

    “Many people currently have insurance with sky high deductibles they can’t afford, and hardly any providers, that is not insurance, that is simply having a card that says you have insurance.”

    “There are several steps to take and republicans will continue to be deliberate and methodical.”

    “We will protect those with preexisting conditions, we will work help those who can’t help themselves, work to get more access and more people covered, keep in mind there are many today who have no coverage under the ACA because they can not afford it. There are many people and families out there who are making tough decisions because their premiums have skyrocketed under Obamacare.”

    “We want states to have more flexibility. We want you to have more say in your healthcare. After all, no one cares more about your healthcare than you and your family.”

    “We ask that you support us, that you stand with us, together as we work to help American families. Thank you, God bless you, and God bless these United States.”

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