Friday, September 17, 2010

Twenty States and NFIB Move Forward with Healthcare Lawsuit

On March 23, 2010, thirteen (13) State Attorneys General filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new health care reform law signed by Obama and commonly referred to as Obamacare. Since that time seven more states and the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) have joined as plaintiffs to the suit. You can read much more about the causes of the suit at this website: and on the NFIB website here. The twenty states involved in the suit are Florida, South Carolina, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Louisiana, Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, Idaho, South Dakota, Indiana, North Dakota, Mississippi,, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Alaska. So 40% of all US States have joined the lawsuit. When has this ever happened? And don't forget the other separate lawsuit filed by Virginia's Attorney General, Cuccinelli.

Why should we be footing the bill for these lawsuits? Let's just repeal Obamacare now. Contact your US Senators and Representatives. If they won't comply with your wishes then please vote the bums out this November. We need representatives who will listen to the voices of the people they represent and not let themselves be badgered into signing into law a bill that they weren't even allowed to read beforehand by Obama, Pelosi and Reid. Vote people - vote!

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