We have an urgent moral obligation to change the health care system in this country so that every American has access to affordable, quality health care.
Yet when I held a town hall in Pueblo on Saturday, I was greeted by a self-described "mob" with chants of "Health care...NO!" and "I hate Obama-nation."
While we should have a substantive conversation about health care, we cannot back down in the face of these intimidation tactics.
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