You Are Un-American, if You Don't Want Socialized Medicine

Dear Supporter,

This week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer published a column in USA Today in which they called those who oppose the Democrats' health care plan "un-American."

We would like to know, what could be MORE American than citizens from across the country voicing concerns about controversial legislation to their elected officials?

Perhaps opposition to the Democrats' plan for health care is so fierce because Americans don't like the idea of socialized medicine. They don't like the thought of the government being so deeply involved in their health care decisions. And they don't like the cost - $1.5 trillion over ten years. And that's on top of the President's failed stimulus plan and a bailout for failing auto companies. There is an economic breaking point, and it seems that the Democrats have found it.

We believe that all Americans have a First Amendment right to challenge their elected officials. I ask you to join me in signing a letter to Speaker Pelosi and Leader Hoyer by clicking here.

If 10,000 Americans sign on to this effort, it will send a strong message to the Democrat leadership in Washington that their strong-arm tactics are unacceptable. Please, sign the letter today, and then send this link to five of your friends:


Rob Jesmer
NRSC Executive Director


Kent Hackendy said...

I agree. Calling anyone who opposes the health care bill "un-American" is just plain wrong. However, this kind of rhetoric is nothing new; we had eight years of it under Bush.

Conservatives like Limbaugh and O'Reilly were pretty much calling anyone who criticized Bush & Co. "un-American" -- or telling them to "shut-up!"

Nothing has changed, really. We're stuck with the same political BS with a different package.

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