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Voters Deserve to Know: Would Giuliani, McCain, Romney and Thompson Stand with Bush and Veto Children's Health Care?
Date:9/25/2007

estion about the children's health insurance program and stuck to President Bush's argument of relying on the private market, saying "We have to have our citizens insured?Help people buy their own private insurance. Get our citizens insured, not with a government takeover, not with new taxes needed, but instead with a free market-based system that gets all of our citizens in the system. No more free rides." [This Week, ABC News, 8/5/07]

FRED THOMPSON:

Thompson Was One of 2 Senators To Oppose Ensuring A Portion Of the Budget Be Spent On Insuring Children In Poverty.

Sen. Thompson was one of only 2 senators to oppose an amendment that would ensure that $16 billion of the budget would be spent over five years to provide health insurance for up to five million low-income children. [Senate Vote #75, 5/21/97]

Thompson Voted Against Providing Health Insurance To Low Income Children.

Thompson voted against increasing the tobacco tax to provide more money to help insure low and moderate income children. [Senate Vote #76, 5/21/1997]

Thompson Voted Against Expanding Children's Health Insurance Program.

Thompson was one of only 19 senators to oppose revising the Social Security Act and providing $8 billion to states to health insurance coverage for low-income children. [Senate Vote #135, 6/26/97]


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