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A predicted scenario: 'Obamacare expanded into Hillarycare'

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He has been called one of the toughest law men in the nation. That would be Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who has become concerned about the 2016 presidential election.

“I’m convinced that ‘the fix is in’ and that without a huge effort starting right now, Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States,” proclaims the feisty Maricopa County officer in a fundraising message for Stop Hillary PAC, an equally feisty political action committee launched in July.

“Her henchmen - James Carville and Harold Ickes - are busy greasing the skids, raising millions of dollars, buying off the competition, all designed to install her in the White House without a fight,” Sheriff Arpaio continues.

“I don’t have to tell you the damage a Hillary Clinton presidency will do to the America we know and love. Building upon the dangerous Obama legacy, President Hillary Clinton will cement the disastrous policies of Obama into the fabric of America forever,” Sheriff Arpaio warns.

He is concerned over “open borders and permanent amnesty”, overreaching government, a weakened national defense and “Jimmy Carter style joblessness” and unemployment. And also on his list:

“Obamacare expanded into Hillarycare: Hillary will be the ultimate implementer of Obamacare - resulting in sky rocketing taxes, health-care costs and rationing of care,” Sheriff Arpaio says in his message.

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