Bipartisan effort tackles tough issues of health care and retirement
(Hillsboro) Republican Grant Bosse today proudly joined "Divided We Fail", a bipartisan group dedicated to improving access to affordable health care and strengthening Social Security. Bosse is the only candidate in the Second Congressional District to outline a comprehensive Health Care Plan, and has long advocated saving Social Security by reforming the program. State Senator Bob Clegg has previously signed on to the group's effort.
"While Bob Clegg and I have very different ideas on how to make health care more affordable, he's at least willing to tackle this tough issue," Bosse said. "Candidates for Congress can not be seriously considered unless they are willing to go beyond the shallow talking points of political convenience and tell the voters how they would address health care and retirement security."
Divided We Fail is cooperative venture of four diverse organizations, AARP, Business Roundtable, SEIU, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses, and does not endorse political candidates or any single approach to health care and retirement reform. However, it asks every candidate to specifically outline how they would tackle these tough issues.
"More choice, not less. More control over our own retirement, not less. More access for veterans to our health care system, not less. That's my approach," Bosse added. "I challenge my opponents in the Republican Primary to join Divided We Fail, and tell the voters of New Hampshire how they would address health care and retirement security."
For more information on Bosse's aggressive, grassroots campaign, go to www.Bosse2008.com.