What is wrong with these people?
I voted for Donald Trump because I wanted to see change in our country. One change I didn’t want to see was access to health care at Planned Parenthood blocked.
But Republican congressional leaders have already promised to do just that, with a provision to stop reimbursements for the health care Planned Parenthood provides.
My vote for Trump was not a vote against Planned Parenthood. I voted for him based on the issues he campaigned on: creating jobs, making health care more affordable, and making our country great again. I voted for him because I trust him to get our economy moving again.
I knew he would have to make promises to appease the anti-abortion wing of the Republican Party. I’m hopeful that Trump will see that defunding Planned Parenthood is the kind of campaign promise he shouldn’t keep. I did not vote to send him to the White House to take away health care from people struggling to get by. People like myself at 25. I’m grateful that Planned Parenthood was there for me, and I want it to be there for every woman who needs it.
Where, oh where to begin. Why yes, your vote for Trump was a vote against Planned Parenthood.
You say you “voted for him based on the issues he campaigned on: creating jobs, making health care more affordable, and making our country great again.” Hate to break this to, but defunding PP was one of those promises. He was quite clear on it. How did you miss this?
Then there’s this stunning bit of idiocy. “I did not vote to send him to the White House to take away health care from people struggling to get by.”
AGAIN, yes, you did. Taking health care away from people was the centerpiece of Trump’s (and every other Republican’s) campaign. Hello? Obamacare?
Of course, I can’t rule out the fact that she doesn’t know that Obamacare and the ACA are the same thing. There’s a lot of that going around.