Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called on all Americans, including the terminally ill, to get the vote out in November.
Speaking to the horrors of Obamacare, Trump urged voters to hit the polls in protest of the legislation which has catapulted the cost of healthcare for millions, while forcing others to seek new insurance plans or doctors altogether.
“You know they’re always telling me, ‘Oh, if you say stuff just apologize, just apologize.’ I think that President Obama should apologize for Obamacare. And I think Hillary Clinton should apologize for pursuing Obamacare, and she wants to make it even worse than it is right now. We’re gonna repeal it and we’re gonna replace it with much less expensive and much better care.”
“There’s only one way to stop Obamacare: vote for Donald J. Trump. Very simple, very simple. There’s a very simple way to do it. You gotta get out there November 8th. I say kiddingly but I mean it:
“I don’t care how sick you are. I don’t care if you just came back from the doctor and he gave you the worst possible prognosis, meaning it’s over, you won’t be around in two weeks. Doesn’t matter. Hang out till Nov. 8. Get out and vote. And then all we’re gonna say is we love you and we’ll remember you always. Get out and vote.”
“The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 8 in your state, and you can do that early, this way you don’t have to wait around til Nov. 8 if you’re the person seeing the doctor. No, we have all great, healthy people. You have to be healthy, because Obamacare doesn’t work, so you have to… you really have no choice.
“That’s the only thing good about Obamacare is you have to maintain your health, which is good psychologically to think that way because Obamacare won’t be there. It’s a disaster.