Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Take the pledge: Repeal ObamaCare

I estimate that I have signed a thousand online petitions this year, and wonder, "to what effect?"  Perhaps you feel the same way.  Take heart.  It is always darkest before the dawn.

Here's one more you may want to consider (via Powerline):
Repeal ObamaCare Petition

After months of backroom deals, political payoffs, and strong-arm tactics, President Obama and the Democrats forced an unpopular health care takeover through the United States Congress. Americans lost this battle with their elected leaders in Washington but the war is not over! If we're willing to fight to save freedom, we can settle the score in November by electing true conservatives who will repeal this unconstitutional and dangerous bill. The simple truth is the bill cannot be fixed. It must be repealed.

The Senate Conservatives Fund, chaired by U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, has launched this national "Repeal ObamaCare Pledge" to rally support for conservative candidates who vow to repeal President Obama's health care takeover. America is teetering toward tyranny and we must work together to reverse the radical agenda in Washington.

Electing just any Republican is not the answer. We've seen what happens when we send Republicans to Washington who don't truly believe in the principles of freedom. They abandon their principles, lose the trust of the American people, and leave us with Democrats controlling Congress and the White House.

Instead, we must support true conservatives who love the Constitution and who will fight for limited government, a strong national defense, and traditional family values. And we must only help those candidates who vow to repeal ObamaCare.
Click here if you want to sign up.  I did.


  1. As another Walters who ran across your blogs while surfing, I'm very glad I did. My wife and I have gotten more and more involved in politics (starting with county level) over the years and now we're superinvolved. We've probably signed as many petitions as you and have attended many Tea Parties and rallies. Anyway, enjoy seeing the articles you post and your comments. Can't remember where Milton is, but we live in Lawrenceville and I'm originally from Plains. Murray Walters

  2. Hello, Murray. Thank you so much for the kind words. Milton is actually a newly incorporated city just north of Atlanta (near Alpharetta).

    These are discouraging times, but we must have courage and draw strength from each other. Keep up the good fight!

  3. Please do all you can to repeal this horrendous Health Care Bill