Dear Arizona Republican State Representatives and Senators,
“Be careful about going down a road that you cannot come back out from. Be careful about accepting this federal program that once you are in you will not get back out of. You still have a choice to make an individual decision for the citizens of Arizona, and you have a choice to look to the west at California, or you can look to the east at Texas, and decide whether or not you want to go bankrupt as a society,” Whittle said.
Arizonans throughout the state heard Bill Whittle’s message loud and clear. I certainly hope you heard and agree with Mr. Whittle, and the millions of Americans who are against ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion. An overwhelming majority of Republicans here in Arizona and the U.S. oppose ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion – with the overall support by all Americans dropping to 35 percent (please see article below).
Even though Arizona’s U.S. Senators, Congressional Delegation, Republican National Party and Arizona’s Republican County and LD Committees are adamantly opposed to ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion, Arizona has a rogue Governor and a few state legislators who say they’re Republicans aligning themselves with the liberal Democrats and progressive socialists.
May 16, 2013, will be remembered as a “day of infamy” in Arizona’s history. Their egregious actions will have serious consequences. Their political careers are all but over and their days numbered.
I am asking all of you to vote no on any proposal to expand ObamaCare and Medicaid here in Arizona.
Voting no on any proposal is the right thing to do.
A. J. LaFaro
Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee