Tell the New Congress to Repeal ObamaCare

01/07/2011
       

This is the bill we've been waiting for. The "Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act," H.R. 2, repeals the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act," Public Law 111-148, and the "Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010," Public Law 111-152, known collectively as ObamaCare. That's it. No replacement, period. It just repeals the entire ObamaCare law.

The House plans to vote on H.R. 2 on January 12.

To get an idea of the mammoth regulatory monstrosity ObamaCare would become, click here to download a high resolution PDF of the "ObamaCare Org Chart" and see how many new federal agencies would be created to regulate healthcare.

A Rasmussen poll on December 26, 2010 shows that 60% of likely voters favor repeal of ObamaCare. And, for the first time, the same poll showed that a majority of voters expects ObamaCare will be repealed.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), who led the fight to repeal ObamaCare in the last Congress, is even optimistic enough to believe that the Senate will vote to repeal ObamaCare along with the House. If both houses do pass H.R. 2, then there'll be a showdown with President Obama and his veto power. King says that once the President would veto a repeal bill, then the Republicans would begin their strategy of systematically defunding the implementation of ObamaCare in all relevant appropriations bills.

Of course, the Republicans can also begin their defunding strategy if the Senate fails to pass H.R. 2.

We have to keep the pressure on Congress to stop ObamaCare as soon as possible for the sake of everyone's freedom and health.

Tell your Representative and Senators to support H.R. 2 to repeal ObamaCare!

For more information about what's wrong with ObamaCare and how to help stop it, go to http://www.JBS.org/StopObamaCare

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