Three Political Leaders' Views On The Issues

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Ken Cuccinelli opposes the new healthcare reform and wants to change it to the way the health care was. He wants to leave the medical decisions to the doctors and the families and that the government should stay out of people’s healthcare. He has stated that the new”Obamacare will cost the country more than it will save it in the long run”. He also wants to make state crossing healthcare legal which would increase interstate commerce and be better for the economy. Says that Obamacare is unconstitutional and should not be allowed to pass.
Cuccinelli has stated that he is open to ideas of any new drug reform ideas. If the legalization of marijuana every came to a vote he would vote for it. Wanting to fight the harder drugs like pills, meth, crack ect. If marijuana became legal in Virginia he would tax it and use the money to help fund the drug war in Virginia. Believes that with marijuana was legal it would be an amazing tax income for the state.
Ken believes that traditional marriage should be protected. Also he has stated that marriage is only for one man and one woman as in the bible. He says that homosexuality is against nature and harmful to society. He will not change any laws for same sex marriage in Virginia. Ken believes that the gays are “killing the souls of our state’s youth and corrupting our nation”.
Terry McAuliffe wants to expand Medicaid to cover nearly 400,000 uninsured Virginians. Terry believes that Obamacare will help our country to insure the uninsured people of the country. Want to establish a “report card “on the quality of health care. Terry that the 37 million people uninsured people should have a fair chance to get Medicaid. He wants to expand Medicaid by 21 billion dollars.
McAuliffe has not made any plans on how he would reform any of the drug policy or if he would legalize marijuana. Terry has stated that if it came to a vote he would legalize marijuana and use the tax to help the people of Virginia. Terry is for higher punishment of the...

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