As you probably know by now, the Blue Dog Democrats have sold out to the Pelosi-Obama alliance in the House and it appears an Obamacare bill will be voted out of committee by the end of this week. With supermajorities in both the Senate and the House, we're much closer to a government-run health care system than we were just yesterday. But now is not the time to lose heart, now is the time to step up the pressure on our elected officials in DC.
President Obama has staked his presidency on passing his vision of health care reform. He's campaigned for it for weeks straight and it's done him more harm than good. His approval ratings have crashed, only 23% believe Obamacare will reduce health care costs, and Republicans have led in Rasmussen's Generic Congressional Ballot for five weeks straight. We're winning the battle against the President's dream of a government run health care system. This sell-out by the supposedly conservative Blue Dogs is nothing more than a last ditch counter attack by Pelosi-Obama Democrats in this political war for our American way of life.
We must now meet this surge by our political foes with all the force we can muster. Fortunately, an alliance of conservative organizations has come up with a plan of attack.
At noon on Saturday, August 22, 2009, protests will take place at the local offices of US Congressmen across this land. Rather than enjoy their annual August vacation, our elected representatives will be forced to acknowledge the overwhelming will of their constituents as we gather at a local Recess Rally to demand our Congressmen vote AGAINST any government-run, Socialist health care system.
These rallies will be held at every local office of every Congressman in the country. Now is the time to stand up and be counted. It's the time to demand your representatives understand they work for us. It's our money they're wasting and our lives on the line if they're allowed to create the bureaucratic labyrinth envisioned by the Pelosi-Obama wing of the Democratic party.
Join us as we take to the streets and make our voices heard at a local Recess Rally at noon on Saturday, August 22, 2009!