Scott Brown doesn’t spend a lot of time talking about the issues.
But he is very clear on one position: Scott Brown wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
When Scott Brown ran in the special election in 2010, he promised to be the 41st vote against health care reform. And he’s still promising to repeal it.
Take a look at his website:
The Affordable Care Act isn’t about politics. It’s about making sure people with cancer or heart disease can get health insurance. It’s about stopping discrimination against women and people with pre-existing conditions. It’s about ending lifetime insurance caps, and closing the donut hole for seniors’ prescription drugs.
Every American deserves access to quality, affordable health care.
So tell us, Senator Brown:
- Why do you want to repeal a law that closes the donut hole so seniors can afford prescription drugs?
- Why do you want to repeal a law that lets young people stay on their parents’ insurance until age 26?
- Why do you want to repeal a law that gives tax breaks to small businesses who provide health care to their employees?
- And why do you want to repeal a law that prevents insurance companies from discriminating against women?
Massachusetts led the way in health reform, and we will continue to lead to reduce health care costs and ensure a level playing field for middle class families — whether Scott Brown likes it or not.