|Yesterday, the Vice President reminded us of all the ways the Affordable Care Act has improved millions of Americans' lives over the past six years.|
But Republicans want to roll back all of it -- since taking control of the House, they've voted 62 times to repeal or undermine Obamacare, even voting earlier this year in an attempt to override President Obama's veto.
So if we really want to protect the promise of affordable health care for future generations, we need to win back our majorities in Congress. That's why we created the Democratic Majority Fund -- and why we're asking supporters like you to kick-start it by donating $3 or more today.
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From: Joe Biden
Date: Wed, Mar 23, 2016
Subject: I need you to add your name with mine
I want to take a moment to celebrate something truly special -- the sixth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.
Since the President signed Obamacare into law on March 23rd, 2010, 20 million Americans have gained the security and peace of mind that comes with access to affordable care. Being a woman is no longer viewed as a pre-existing condition -- and those who do have pre-existing conditions no longer have to fear losing their coverage.
This saves lives, and lifts an economic burden from hard-working Americans and their families. It means so much for so many, and it's why standing by the President as he signed this bill into law has been one of the proudest moments of my career in public service.
And in spite of all the nonsense Republicans throw out there about Obamacare killing jobs, the truth is our private sector has continuously added jobs since 2010 -- more than 14 million so far. So Obamacare works. And I put it on my word as a Biden that Barack and I will do everything we can do to make sure we elect Democrats who will keep Obamacare working beyond 2016.
So, if you are happy to celebrate six years of the Affordable Care Act and ready to protect it for more years to come, stand with me right now by adding your name:
Thanks for stepping up.