Hello weight losing fans...
Today I stepped up onto the Magical-Mystical-Digital-Scale weighing in at 190-pounds.
Tell Your Senator That You Don't Want Government Health Care
Tomorrow November 21, 2009 Senator Reid from the Senate of the United States, will be having a vote for cloture, over the Nationalization Of Health Care, And Insurance By The United States Government.
Folks, you don't want the bill to pass.
First of all it's unconstitutional. There is no language in the United States Constitution that authorizes the government to provide health insurance for every citizen in the United States.
There is no language in the Constitution that provides the government can make anyone who hasn't got health insurance to buy it privately, or under a government plan.
The Bill going through the Senate Makes it mandatory for every citizen to pay a premium for health insurance. If a citizen doesn't have an employer plan, then he or she must by insurance from the government.
There will be taxes levied on everything from toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, tampons, and all hygiene products to pay for the health care bill.
Employers will be forced to buy health insurance for their employees. If the employee doesn't have health insurance, then he/she must buy the government provided health insurance.
I can't go into all the details. But, you need to call your senator and complain you don't want the government health care bill passed at all in any form
Bye for now...
And that's the way it is...I'm David Dane
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