Senate Conservatives like Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz recently looked on in disbelief and disgust as Senator John McCain (R) betrayed Americans with his deciding vote against the latest Obamacare repeal bill.

Now that  McCain all-but embarrassed his Republican colleagues in the Senate, again,  the Conservative movement is calling out the senior senator from Arizona and his six other Republican colleagues ,who also voted against repealing the law.

The Senate Conservative Fund is asking for concerned Americans to step up and primary-challenged these flip-flopping 7 in their respective upcoming elections. The fund states that their change of mind on repealing Obamacare was nothing more than inexcusable, showcasing their past and present positions on the failing Healthcare law.

“They spent years promising to repeal the law and now with a Republican in the White House they have the power to do it.

If we want Republicans to stop taking conservatives for granted and stop betraying our principles, we must help conservative candidates challenge them in their primary elections.” –Ken Cuccinelli II, Senate Conservatives Fund President.

Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)
THEN“This law is not affordable for anyone in Alaska. That is why I will support the bill that repeals the ACA and wipes out its harmful impacts.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
Dean Heller (R-NV)
THEN“The repeal of this law will not only reduce federal spending, but it will also allow Congress to address problems within the current health care system.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV)
THEN“I have consistently voted to repeal and replace this disastrous health care law, and I am glad that a repeal bill will finally reach the president’s desk.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
Lamar Alexander (R-TN)
THEN“Obamacare was an historic mistake, and should be repealed and replaced with step-by-step reforms that transform the health care delivery system.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
Susan Collins (R-ME)
THEN“I believe that we made – that Congress made – a real error in passing Obamacare, we should repeal the law so that we can start over.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
John McCain (R-AZ)
THEN“It is clear that any serious attempt to improve our health care system must begin with a full repeal and replacement of Obamacare.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal
Rob Portman (R-OH)
THEN“[Obamacare] is fundamentally flawed. I do think we ought to delay … and then we’ve got to repeal this thing and start over.”
NOW: Voted Against Repeal

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