January 8, 2010
While today it appears probable that Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D-NV) will be defeated in his 2010 bid for reelection, an increasing number of Americans must in fact want to see Senator Reid resign. The Senate health-care bill transfers massive regulatory power to the federal government, erects massive federal controls over private health insurance, dictates the content of insurance benefits packages, reduces many seniors’ access to Medicare benefits and services, provides federal funding for abortion, and increases the Medicare payroll tax for individuals making $200,000 and families making $250,000 per year. The Reid Senate bill at its heart restricts the personal and economic freedom of each and every American. The bill is clearly unconstitutional and will meet a Supreme Court test if passed. See the Heritage Foundation’s concise “Backgrounder” executive summary of the Senate Democrats’ health-care bill. It’s right on the money. The Barack Obama-led Radical Progressive Movement champions the socialist content of both the Senate and House bills. You may enlighten yourself more completely by delving into the conclusion, entitled “Priorities for Action,” of a borrowed copy of Robert Creamer’s Stand Up Straight. Every member of the House and Senate voting to approve this radical progressive blueprint of income redistribution and restricted personal and economic freedom must be voted out. And Harry Reid leads the list. The TEA partiers will carry the message forth to the people as a massive changing of the political guard gets underway in 2010.
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