• February 19, 2017

Cruz briefly mentions health law at local stop

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  • Pete posted at 8:46 pm on Fri, Dec 6, 2013.

    Pete Posts: 223

    I believe Mr. Maxfield just advocated for expanded Medicaid with his statement: “While these (Medicare) cuts have been implemented and the effects felt, we have not received any benefit from expanded coverage of the uninsured in this community,”

    I guess it's more important for the conservatives to fight President Obama than to take steps to ensure the citizens they represent have access to healthcare.

    I don't hear veterans (VA) or active duty military (TRICARE) or senior citizens (MEDICARE) complaining about their healthcare being "government run. In fact it should be noted the higher population of "Exceptional Family Members" in the military. You know why those people signed up? Because then they had access to healthcare, even though it is government ran!

    It is so disheartening to realize that Senator Cruz, who has access to healthcare and is therefore a "have", can be so callous to those who are the "have nots". Goes for Rick Perry and Greg Abbott too