So is Heck now trying to run away from Obtuse Angle? Well, if he is, he'll have an awfully hard time separating at the hip. Heck, Heck even copycats Angle's wackadoodle rhetoric that Congress should not be helping states create jobs!
And wait, it gets worse. You know how Heck always boasts about being a doctor? Well, guess which "doctors' association" Heck's been associating with? Take a look at the picture below...
Notice something familiar? Yes, it's the same crazy teabagger "doctor" (see who made comment #2 at that link!) front group that Sharrontology visited in San Diego on Saturday! And Heck himself did an AAPS "tea party" last November, hence the above screenshot.
So does Joe Heck agree with Sharrontology's crazy "ideas"? The evidence so far shows just that. Just remember to hire the right lobbyists and funnel money into his campaign.
The medical industry had spent close to $1 billion to fight reforms using attack ads, lobbyists, campaign donations, as well as funding protest rallies in Washington DC and all across our country at Tea Parties. The medical industry created lies such as death panels and the government is taking over health care. And despite all that was against her, Dina Titus who has lots of moxie did what was right by voting in favor of Health Care reforms for her District, her State of Nevada and our Nation.
State Senator Joe Heck not only wants to repeal all of the above mentioned reforms, he wants to privatize Medicare and Social Security which would be devastating to ALL senior citizens in the United States.
A few months ago Anthem insurance company which is owned by WellPoint, increased premiums by as much as 39 percent in California (in other States WellPoint increased premiums by as much as 50 percent).
The insurance companies removed tens of thousands from their insurance rolls in California alone because of high costs of care due to age, sex and pre-existing problems, and they did all of this to increase their net profits to satisfy share holders. And Joe Heck wants to put Social Security and Medicare into the hands of those same types of people who will also have to answer to their shareholders.
State Senator Joe Heck does not appear to have the best interests of Nevadan’s in mind when he says he wants to privatize Medicare and Social Security, but he does look like he supports the corporations and their share holders, which is why the special interests have spent $1.3 million on attack ads with a promise to spend even more as we approach Novembers mid-term general election.
Just like Sharrontology, Heck is more than willing to sell out Nevada's best interests for that cold, hard "Tea Party, Inc." cash. And no matter whether he's now trying to convince us he's had a "change of heart", he can't hide this.