strong>NASHUA, N.H. -- It's become popular for political analysts to argue that after five years, two major Supreme Court decisions, and a government shutdown, opposotion to President Obama's healthcare law is losing steam as a political issue. But that wasn't the case here on Wednesday night, when Sen. Marco Rubio received his biggest applause when calling for repealing and replacing Obamacare.
"One more thing we need to reinvigorate our economy – get ready to clap – is repeal and replace Obamacare," Rubio said to thunderous applause at a townhall meeting at Rivier University, a Catholic liberal arts college that frequently hosts presidential candidates.
Rubio rattled off a litany of problems with the law -- the soaring cost of health insurance, reduced access to doctors and hospitals, and the disincentive it creates to employment. He then outlined what a replacement would look like.Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com