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I'll be going to my town hall meeting

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Tell you what I do feel is important-do not engage in debate or question on the terms of your opponent.

If your congressman starts by saying, "We all agree that.....bla bla bla", he is forcing the debate to his side. He is starting the debate by telling you what you need to think. Avoid that BS like the plague.

I would like to ask a congressman to cite the authority granted them in the Constitution to take over ANY major or minor business. Not interested in helping them "tweek" their power grab by debating their idea of the issues.

Make them say on record that they don't care about liberty.

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View PostGot a bee in yer bonnet?

 

Yeah, Obamacare has got me all hot and bothered, and not in the good way. I see this as another monumental money grab, to the tune of a Social Security (only worse) type system, and I don't want it.

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View PostI will be articulate, respectful and conduct myself properly.

 

I may even wear a bow tie.

 

 

A bow tie would definitely be an improvement over your Cardinals shirt. Keep the signs though.

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View PostRush Holt is holding a town hall meeting at 7pm, August 26th, at the Middletown Arts Center on Church Street, Middletown, NJ.

 

I'll be there. clapping.gif

 

 

Really, let us know how it goes, at the town meeting in Portland was by lottery you applied online and your ticket was supposedly sent to you, maybe not so surprisingly, 90% of the attendees were said to be supporters of the president.

 

Maybe wear a an Obama Healthcare supporter button to ensure you are let in, then ask the tough question: Will Congressman Holt use the so called "Public Option" or will he continue to use the private insurance that he is using now.

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View PostYeah, Obamacare has got me all hot and bothered, and not in the good way. I see this as another monumental money grab, to the tune of a Social Security (only worse) type system, and I don't want it.

 

 

I agree with ya.

 

Feel free to mention that.wink.gif

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View PostI will be articulate, respectful and conduct myself properly.

 

I may even wear a bow tie.

 

 

View PostYeah, Obamacare has got me all hot and bothered, and not in the good way. I see this as another monumental money grab, to the tune of a Social Security (only worse) type system, and I don't want it.

 

 

 

If you truely feel all that bothered about another monumental money grab, I can't see why you need to be respectful and conduct yourself properly

 

If something pisses me off, I'd want them to know it pisses me off mad.gif

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View Post ask the tough question: Will Congressman Holt use the so called "Public Option" or will he continue to use the private insurance that he is using now.

 

 

this is the million dollar question! icon14.gif

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View PostYeah, Obamacare has got me all hot and bothered, and not in the good way. I see this as another monumental money grab, to the tune of a Social Security (only worse) type system, and I don't want it.

 

Really cwm27.gif

 

You prefer getting effed by a private insurance corporation. cwm31.gif

You prefer a bean counter getting between you and your doctor cwm13.gif

You prefer that private corporations *grab the money* and

pay their execs million dollar bonuses cwm15.gif

You prefer private corporate insurance which HAS DENIED treatments

ending in premature or unnecessary death...

 

the Death Panel is alive in corporate insurance

Family of 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan has filed a claim against

Cigna insurance company. The company initially refused to pay for a life

saving liver transplant for Nataline. Four medical experts from Mattel

Children's Hospital at UCLA Medical Center continuously appealed to the

insurance carrier claiming they believed the transplant to be beneficial for

the 17 year-old girl. Cigna kept arguing the procedure was experimental and continuously denied the claim.

BTW, Mike what business are you in headscratch.gif

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You prefer getting effed by a public insurance "option". cwm31.gif

You prefer a politician getting between you and your doctor cwm13.gif

You prefer that elected officials *grab the money* and

unfairly distribute millions of dollars

You prefer socialized medicine which HAS PROMISED TO DENY treatments

ending in premature or unnecessary death...

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