A survey conducted by the physician research group Medicus Firm has found that if Democrats pass the government health care bill, nearly 1/3 of all practicing physicians say they may quit practicing medicine. If a public option were included, the number jumps to 45.7%. Democrats are obviously trying to push us out of the frying pan and into the fire with this socialized medicine plan.
Tea Party groups in New Jersey have been trying to recall Rep. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) for his support of unconstitutional efforts to implement government health care, but they have been blocked by state officials who have ruled that the state constitution–which allows for recalls of officials–is unconstitutional. (Yes, you heard right.) But now an appeals court has ruled in favor of the citizens of New Jersey that the state must accept a recall petition.
Democrat Rep. Bart Stupak admits what other Democrats lie about: There’s no doubt that the Democrat Party is the sort of pro-choice party…So here’s [within the government health care bill] their opportunity, they’re taking their opportunity to push that idea, that there should be federal funding, or tax credits, or subsidies for abortion.”
While more than 30 states are considering passing legislation to block government health care from being forced on their states, Virginia has become the first state to get such a bill to the governor’s office. On an 80-17 vote, the Virginia legislature has sent their bill to the governor, who is expected to sign it into law.
Lemmon, South Dakota has scheduled their first Tea Party event. The event will be at 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 1, featuring a special speaker on the Constitution who will hold a Q & A session, and all South Dakota gubernatorial candidates have been invited; two have accepted the invitation so far. Tell your friends that the Tea Party movement is coming to Lemmon, South Dakota!