Saturday, November 21, 2009

Palin urges Senate to vote against Dem's motion re: Obamacare tonight

Hellcare, Obamacare, whatever you want to call it we need to stop it. Palin addresses the upcoming vote in a Facebook posting. Some RINOs said that Palin is "sucking the air out of the room" for other Republicans to shine and "taking the spotlight away from the healthcare debate." Yeah right. Palin is doing more than any other Republican to get this horrific bill stopped and using her current media tour to discuss it and other pressing problems. To hell with the rest of the "Republicans" who say this kind of drivel.

In the Midnight Hour
Yesterday at 10:34pm

The Senate is set to vote Saturday night, right before the holiday, on a motion to proceed on its latest health care government take-over bill. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is pushing for yet another weekend vote (commonplace now for the party of “transparency”) because he knows that the American people will be none too happy about the Democrats’ proposal the longer they have to look it over.

A vote against the Democrats’ motion will help stop Obamacare before it gets any closer to becoming a reality. While this Saturday night vote might seem like a procedural matter, at the end of the day a vote against Senator Reid’s motion is a vote against massive new government spending and a take-over of 1/6th of the U.S. economy; it’s a vote against billions in tax increases and penalties; it’s a vote against federal funding of abortion; and it’s a vote against ignoring responsible tort reform.

And in case you hadn’t heard – just a reminder that you’ll start paying higher taxes to fund this scheme in 2010 even though it doesn’t start up until 2014. Only in Washington does that make any sense. Among the provisions in this bill will be a $2500 cap on Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). The IRS allows families with special needs children to use FSAs to cover educational expenses. This new $2500 cap will hit these families especially hard and cost them hundreds of dollars in new taxes every year.

Contact your senators and tell them to vote against the motion to proceed tomorrow night. The American people don’t support this – we support the commonsense solutions that have been proposed, but totally ignored by (at this point) some out-of-control Washington politicians. Let’s put a stop to Obamacare before it goes any further.

- Sarah Palin

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