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Marco Rubio's claim about repealing Obamacare

Many Republican legislators commemorated the fourth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act on March 23 by calling for its repeal.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., spoke out against the law in a video message to his supporters.

"We cannot give up," he said. "Obamacare is not something that’s set in stone. It can be repealed —and Americans increasingly want it to be repealed — and that’s what we’ll continue to do."

PolitiFact wanted to know if Rubio’s assessment of polling on the law is accurate. Do more and more people want the law repealed? Read here to learn the answer.

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D

Get rid of sherman already herald owners. Its obvious to everybody this broad works for the democrat party and all she does here is write articles bashing republicans and praising democrats. What kind of paper are you running here you morons? You do know republicans can buy papers too and we would make up the majority of paper subscribers if you idiots didn't drive us away.

Tally Folly

Heavy on the criticism, light on the content as usual D

F

D,

Shut the hell up already you loser D. We get it that your life sucks and you want to blame everyone but yourself for the crappy life you have but no one around here is interested in your whining and blaming successful people for your crappy life. Just keep voting for the party of losers if it makes you feel better you loser, it won't help improve your life.

Highly paid Republican operative

D and Ed Jenkins are paid well by us Republicans so please be nice to them.

Bill Thompson

As usual, the GOP has no plan or ideas of their own to present. All they want to do is repeal, a year after the SCOTUS already upheld it, after spending millions in legal fees fighting it in a losing effort. They still have no plan of their own to present.

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