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Vote No on H.R. 3962 (Health Care Reform) - Consider the 2010 Campaign

Written by Larry Greenley on November 05 2009.

Let's face it. We're all tired of this health care reform debate. We know what's at stake -- an eventual complete government takeover of our health care system.

We know that the various health care reform bill price tags of just below one trillion dollars are all deceptive. Government health care programs always end up costing much more than initially advertised. And, as for the ten-year CBO estimates, the system is being gamed by starting the taxes immediately and phasing in the benefits later in the ten year period, not to mention separating the Medicare doctor payment fix (hundreds of billions of dollars in new costs) from the main health care reform bills.

Let's call it what it is: socialized medicine. And, it's not just the Democrats. Many Republicans are itching to give us socialized medicine-lite.

In light of the horrible fiscal situation our nation is in, it is utterly fiscally irresponsible to vote yes for one of these trillion dollar health care reform bills, such as the 1900-page H.R. 3962, which is currently being considered by the House.

Furthermore, in light of the rampant congressional disregard for constitutional restraints on the federal government, it is utterly irresponsible to vote yes on one of these bills, which would establish a huge, new unconstitutional activity of the federal government.

Bottom line, whether H.R. 3962 passes or not, how each congressman votes on it will be a top issue in the congressional election campaign of 2010. This is a good time to let your congressman know what impact his vote on H.R. 3962 will have on your participation in the campaign of 2010. This is ultimately the only leverage you have on your congressman. Use it!

Contact your congressman in opposition to H.R. 3962 via his DC and district offices by means of personal visits, phone calls, faxes, and emails. Debate on the House floor is expected to begin late on Friday, November 6; a vote is expected on Friday or Saturday, the 6th or 7th.

Click here to take immediate action by sending an email to your representative.
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