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Note to Senators — Vote NO on Health Care Reform

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Vote NO on Health Care Reform in the Senate —
Remember How We Stopped Amnesty in 2007

If you were upset by House passage of its health care reform bill, H.R. 3962, by 220-215 on November 7th, then contact your Senators immediately and tell them to vote NO on any version of health care being offered by Senate leadership. The Senate is expected to vote on its health care bill sometime between late November and mid-December. If the Senate passes its version of health care reform, then both House and Senate will need to vote still another time on a final conference committee version.

We know what’s at stake — an eventual complete government takeover of our health care system. Although it seems like we’re destined to lose our health care freedom, remember how an extraordinary grassroots firestorm stopped the Senate dead in its tracks and forced it to abandon the Bush-Kennedy-McCain amnesty bill in 2007. We need just such a firestorm of opposition again!

Bottom line, if the Senate leadership’s version of health care reform passes, then how each Senator votes on it will be a top issue in the congressional election campaigns of 2010 and 2012. This is a good time to let your Senators know what impact their votes on health care reform will have on your participation in the campaigns of 2010 and 2012. This is ultimately the only leverage you have on your Senators. Use it!

Contact your Senators in opposition to the Senate leadership’s health care reform bill via his DC and district offices by means of personal visits, phone calls, faxes, and emails. Click here to take immediate action to send an email to both of your Senators.


Your friends at The John Birch Society

Just Drop Health Care Reform!

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Let’s be realistic. We know that President Obama and the Democratic majority in Congress want to bring about a government takeover of health care. We know that a majority of Americans don’t want this. And, many of us already know that a deceptive bipartisan compromise bill is being prepared by the Senate Finance Committee that would appear to prevent a government takeover by replacing Obama’s “public option” with “health care cooperatives,” but would actually provide a Trojan horse for a government takeover.

In this environment of deception and power politics, voters must not encourage members of Congress to work on a compromise health care reform bill, no matter what President Obama proposes in his next address to the public after Labor Day. All that President Obama needs is a bill with an embryo of a public option. He could take it from there to develop a completely government-run health care system over time.

What we need is for Congress to just drop health care reform!

This would provide the time to get many constitutionalists nominated and elected to Congress in 2010 and 2012. Once we have a majority of fiscally responsible constitutionalists in Congress, that would be the time to consider health care reform.

Click here to take immediate action to email your representative and senators to “just drop health care reform.”

Be sure to keep the heat on your representative and senators with phone calls, personal visits, attendance at town halls, and partaking in other public meetings and rallies.


Your friends at The John Birch Society

Your Healthcare At Stake

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Fellow Concerned American,

Take Action! In the Hippocratic Oath I took to become a physician, the phrase “… I will keep [my patients] from harm and injustice…” remains dear to me; not only as a Physician, but now as a Member of Congress.

I have devoted my life to keeping my patients healthy and safe, and now I apply those same principles to my constituents in Georgia’s 6th District. With that said, the Democrats’ current plan in the U.S. House is detrimental to America’s well being.

Even the President wouldn’t get on board with his own plan. According to ABC News “Health Care Forum”, a doctor in the audience asked the President if he would pledge not to seek extraordinary help if his wife or kids became sick and their treatment and tests fell outside of the Public Plan offered. He refused to make such a pledge…

Under Government-Run HealthCare, Democrats would place Washington in between you and your physician. And by the sound of it, the President doesn’t even trust his own party to make such decisions on behalf of his family; so why should you?

As you heard last week from Leader Boehner, the Democratic plan is led by interest groups rather than physicians, and we must not stand for this!

Our Republican Alternative places an emphasis on two issues:

First — we agree that we must make healthcare coverage affordable for all Americans. We are working hard to create a level of coverage that makes financial sense for all Americans to be insured without government intrusion or mandates. And we plan on doing this through fundamental reform of the tax code.

Second — that coverage should be owned and controlled by those most affected by the system – patients! By placing the power in the hands of patients and their doctors, not federal bureaucrats, we will enjoy the innovation, responsiveness, accountability, and flexibility that would surely go unseen in the Democratic Plan.

Won’t you please join me in educating the public about how dangerous the passage of this plan really would be? Please take the time to call your Congressman and encourage him or her to vote ‘NO’ on the Democrat plan and not rush into another trillion dollar boondoggle.

I commit to you that I will do my very best to educate my colleagues in Congress and challenge them to prevent any harm or injustice that would make your healing more difficult, just as I would want for my patients.


Tom Price, M.D.

P.S. In addition to calling your Member of Congress to tell them to oppose Government-Run Healthcare, let them know about your ideas on how to fix our healthcare system. I would also encourage you to share your thoughts with others via a letter to the editor, discussion boards, social networks or simply by word of mouth. The more people learn about the Democrats’ plan to take-over your healthcare, the more likely they are to oppose it – and support positive changes.