Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Why It's Time to Retire...

...The U. S. Congress (Continued)

"Senators Warner, Webb, and Congressman Cantor Reject 6,000 Petition Signatures"

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Our representatives wouldn't meet with us. Here is our response today! [Click to Watch the 2 Minute YouTube]. Forward to everyone you know and let's make it go viral.


Richmond, VA - Six thousand Richmond area residents have signed a petition protesting nationalized health care, but Warner, Webb and Cantor refuse to personally meet to acknowledge the petition despite multiple requests.

"I don't understand how an elected official can ignore that level of opposition," said Mechanicsville resident, Kevin Dumville. "When these petitions are laid down end-to-end, they stretch longer than a football field."


"The petition signatures represent genuine concern of taxpayers about government take-over of our health care system," said Sara James of Midlothian. "The signatures were gathered through face-to-face meet-ups at festivals, neighborhood walks and in our workplaces. We expect our elected representatives to at least feign interest in the will of the people, but when we requested meetings to personally deliver the petitions, we were rebuffed at every turn. These politicians have repeatedly demonstrated no interest in the opinions of thousands of voters in their districts. Warner, Webb and Cantor should be ashamed of themselves!"

Corky Mann of Henrico, a relative newcomer to the political process, expressed dismay about the lack of response by his representatives. "These politicians seem to forget that we hired them, and we expect them to be responsive and considerate of our opinions, not to mention the fact we expect, at a minimum, a reverence for the Constitution, which these health care bills clearly ignore."

The petition states: "We the People of Virginia demand that the Federal Government remain within its Constitutional boundaries on health care. We reject any of the following: Government-run health insurance; One-size government-dictated package of health benefits; New job-killing mandates on employers; Federal medical mandates that violate State Sovereignty; Requirement on individuals to buy medical insurance coverage; Federal institution that controls private health insurance; Government intrusion into our medical privacy; Taxpayer dollars for euthanasia, or life ending services; Medical coverage for illegal immigrants at taxpayer expense."

The Richmond Tea Party is a grassroots organization giving voice to the Silent Majority. Its mission is to work to reign in a government that has grown too big, spends too much and no longer listens to the will of the people.

Snowe Job

Fishersville Mike Has This [click to read]. ht/Lynn

"Is this bill all that I want? Far from it. Is it all that it can be? Far from it. But when history calls, history calls." --Olympia Snowe

Almost as Clear as This:

Creigh Deeds Won't/Will Raise Taxes [click to watch].

09/12/09 march on Washington.

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