Jim Jordan, possessing all of the tell-tale signs of a true conservative, is standing up for the electorate.

Jordan is the co-founder of the House Freedom Caucus, a congressional caucus of conservative Republican members of the United States House of Representatives.

Moreover, he is a principled Constitutional Conservative, having consistently stood his ground on the first, second, fourth and tenth Amendments to the US Constitution.

Of late, Jordan has found himself in the vortex of critique. His vote against the GOP’s American Healthcare Act was courageous.

Obamacare in a different form… – Jim Jordon (R-OH)

Of course, the mainstream media is on the hunt for conservatives it can label as obstructionists and Jordon finds himself in the crosshairs. Of course, liberal media pundits, who seldom side with POTUS, have raked Jordon for blocking the phony repeal of Obamacare. The liberal media has no interest in the repeal of Obamacare, an action that would tarnish their idol. They are, however, interested in ripping into the flesh of conservatives.

The media, led mostly by CNN, is not the only foe Jordan faces. The GOP establishment is furious over the position expressed by Jordon and the members of the Freedom Caucus.

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Jordan spoke with Anchor Chris Wallace about his vote on the American Health Care Act.

Instead of doing the blame game, let’s get to work. Let’s do the responsible thing. Let’s get back to work and do what we told the voters we were going to do

What the phony GOP promised the voters in 2010 and in 2016 was a repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Most of us predicted with accuracy that the GOP establishment would not have the spine to repeal the government takeover of America’s healthcare system.

Jim Jordon, like other members of the Freedom Caucus, kept his word to voters. The Jordon website contains his statement about his position:

Obamacare is a disaster, and repealing it remains one of my top priorities. It’s why I introduced a clean repeal bill and have been pushing for a vote. The AHCA did not have the support it needed, neither in Congress nor among the American people. Now, House Republicans owe it to our constituents to immediately get back to the drawing board and bring forward a bolder effort to replace the failing Obamacare with a plan to reduce costs by increasing choice and competition. I look forward to working with my Republican colleagues to accomplish this goal. – Jim Jordon (R-OH)

iVoteAmerica urges continued support of the Ohio 4th District and the nation for Rep. Jim Jordon. H is one of the few principled conservatives who is keeping his promise to the electorate to “repeal” Obamacare.