Parent says Guinta wrong at suggesting that Obamacare could be fixed.
Wolfeboro Falls, July 16, 2012: Rick Parent, Republican candidate - N.H. 1st Congressional District, is taking Frank Guinta to task regarding his recent comments on Obamacare, suggesting that ‘fixing the law rather than fully repealing it might be the way to move forward (6).’ That is not what the American people want, and it certainly is not what the citizens of New Hampshire expected when they sent Frank down to D.C.
“Frank’s wavering on the full repeal of the monstrosity known as Obamacare is very concerning, but further indication that Frank may be siding once again with those within the House leadership rather than with his fellow New Hampshirites. As with the debt-ceiling debacle and the Patriot Act extension, Frank seems to be indecisive, more willing to compromise than stand on principle” – stated Rick Parent
During a recent interview with Politico, Frank seemed far too willing to work with the very people who used bribes (1) (2), falsehoods (3)(4), and insults against those that opposed the bill (during the original debate) (5) to pass Obamacare, all while ignoring the will of the American people and the U.S. Constitution (from Politico):
……And that’s where the consensus ends. Lawmakers are split on whether to keep a provision that allows young adults to stay on their parents' insurance until the age of 26. Others, like Rep. Frank Guinta (R-N.H.), hinted that fixing the law rather than fully repealing it might be the way to move forward.
“I am ready to sit down with my colleagues from both sides of the aisle and health care community members to amend this law as needed,” Guinta said in a statement after the ruling. (6)
“How many more times are Republicans going to walk across the aisle and compromise on principle? I applaud the five Democrats in the U.S. House that sided with the America people, and stood with the Republicans. Those Democrats did the right thing. What is needed more in Washington, D.C. are more Democrats willing to stand on principle over Party, but we certainly do not need more Republicans willing to bend their principles & breach their contract with the people of New Hampshire”