Obama: We don’t need to re-fight health care battle
ATLANTA (MCT) — President Barack Obama has no interest in re-fighting a battle over health care reform. The Supreme Court, of course, may force his hand.
Days before the high court is set to rule on his signature first-term accomplishment, the president sidestepped what the justices might decide and instead underlined the consequences if Republicans followed through on a pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
He fit his argument into the one-word slogan of his re-election campaign, forward.
“The American people fight for what’s right. And the American people understand that we’re not going to make progress by going backwards. We need to go forward,” he told several hundred supporters at a downtown hotel.
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