From Secretary of Health and Human Services Sebelius, addressing the NAACP. Which really stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Progressives.
“The Affordable Care Act is the most powerful law for reducing health disparities since Medicare and Medicaid were created in 1965, the same year the Voting Rights Act was also enacted,” Sebelius said. “That significance hits especially close to home. My father was a congressman from Cincinnati who voted for each of those critical civil rights laws, and who represented a district near where the late Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth lived and preached. The same arguments against change, the same fear and misinformation that opponents used then are the same ones opponents are spreading now. ‘This won’t work,’ ‘Slow down,’ ‘Let’s wait,’ they say.
Except, we see that she and president Zero are the ones who are now saying ‘let’s wait’, ‘we need to…
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