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Conservative group targets Perriello for health vote

A conservative group is launching a new campaign against Rep. Tom Perriello, hitting the freshman Democrat for his vote in favor of health-care reform.

Americans for Prosperity began airing an ad Thursday in Virginia's 5th district saying that "Americans opposed a health care takeover, but Tom Perriello ignored us and voted with Nancy Pelosi for big-government health care":

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By Ben Pershing  |  June 10, 2010; 12:02 PM ET
Categories:  Health Care  
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So Americans for Prosperity should change its name to Americans Against Health (AAH).

Posted by: gwcox2 | June 10, 2010 1:47 PM | Report abuse

You guys should stop complaining cuz one the health care we have now isnt as good as it was supposed to be. also the law has just been signed give it a try u guys are too hard on democrats they went to college and we voted for most of these if u want to say u have the right to choose tell that to ur congress men or state official. as for obama people are just tryin to make it look like america made a mistake he has done things to help us and we had a full 8 years of a terrible president and i will be so as happy as ever when a obama fixes bush's mistakes. You can find full medical coverage at the lowest price from obama has to put up with the wo0rld judging his every move and trying to fix the mess we are in we are lucky anyone wants to be our president. STOP COMPLAINING AND GIVE HIM A BREAK. i wanna see one of yall do what he sas done. some people are just so ignorant.

Posted by: talbertjo13 | June 10, 2010 12:19 PM | Report abuse

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