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Democrat Candidated "Sinks" Her Congressional Election Chances

Democratic Congressional candidate, Alex Sink, may just have "sunk" her campaign when she stated that Americans working fewer hours, as a result of the Obamacare, was an "exciting prospect."

Sink, who is trying to convince voters that she is a 'centrist,' echoed Democrat House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi's statement that the 2 million workers the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says will lose their jobs, as a result of Obamacare, would just be escaping a 'job-lock."

Here is Pelosi's full remark:

 “Yesterday, the CBO projected that by 2021, the Affordable Care Act will enable more than 2 million workers to escape ‘job-lock’ — the situation where workers remain tied to employers for access to health insurance benefits."-Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Here is Sink's remark:

"I've had so many people express to me, boy Alex, I would love to start a business, or I'd love to change jobs, but I can't because I've got good health insurance at my workplace now and I'm stuck in a dead end job, and I'm not very happy in it, but I have to stay in it.-Alex Sink

Same talking point? I thinks so.

Sink faces Republican David Jolly in the upcoming special congressional election to replaced deceased Congressman Bill Young (R)



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