(Des Moines, IA)  In response to President Obama’s remarks that he is "sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me" regarding loss of healthcare policies due to Obamacare, Joni Ernst issued a statement to Iowa voters via Facebook:

The President says he’s "sorry" for creating a situation in which Americans are finding themselves kicked off their current health insurance- but sorry is not enough for lying to the American people. I am the only candidate in the race for United States Senate, both Republican and Democrat, who has a proven record of fighting against Obamacare and you can be rest assured that I will continue to do so once elected to the U.S. Senate. Here in Iowa, we can’t afford for Obama ally, Bruce Braley, to continue to push for more of the same of Obama’s lies and failed policies.

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