While we are certainly disappointed in this morning’s Supreme Court decision upholding Obamacare, it should serve as a rallying cry for all Americans that cherish individual freedom and responsibility. Elections have consequences! This health insurance law (it is anything but a healthcare law) was passed in March of 2010, little over a year after voters in the U.S. handed complete control of our federal government over to the Democrat party — the presidency, majority control of the House, and filibuster-proof control of the Senate. Frankly, it’s remarkable that the 2009-2010 Congress didn’t implement a number of other laws further extending government control over our lives and limiting our personal freedoms. The Democrats are claiming victory, with little regard (and frankly zero concern) for the fiscal calamity that Obamacare will cause. How anyone can believe that adding 30 million uninsured people to the healthcare system will somehow reduce costs is living in the same economic fantasyland in which our president has lived his entire life.
We have the opportunity and the obligation to do something about it. We can do everything in our power to elect Mitt Romney as our next president. We can retain and expand our majority in the House, and we can take back the Senate. It’ll be difficult to secure a filibuster-proof majority (60 seats) in the Senate, but we can certainly halt the path toward statism on which the progressives are taking us. We’ll need volunteers for our fair booth; we need riders and walkers for our July 4th parade entry; we need donors so that we can better market our philosophy to Nevada County voters, and we need HQ volunteers to register voters, make phone calls and get out the Republican vote this November. Send an e-mail to John Fuller — email@example.com, and sign up for HQ duties. But even more importantly, recruit your neighbors and friends to help us in “Taking Back America with Boots on the Ground”! I know that we can do it!
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