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August 6, 2009 2:44pm
 
From conservative.org about health care reform:

Call Rep. Henry Cuellar at (210) 271-2851, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison at (214) 361-3500, and Sen. John Cornyn at (512) 469-6034 to Voice Your Opinion! 


If your Representative or Senators are already against Government Run Health Care, call and THANK THEM.  And, tell them not to change their position!
 
Since the Congressional recess began many Representatives and Senators have had, and will continue to have, Town Hall Meetings. 
 
The ACU has compiled a list of Town Hall meetings that have recently been announced.  Please go here http://www.conservative.org/about/DistrictTownHallMeetings.htm and find your Representative's and Senator's information.  If it is not listed please call Rep. Henry Cuellar at (210) 271-2851, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison at (214) 361-3500, and Sen. John Cornyn at (512) 469-6034 to voice your opinion and ecourage them to hold a Town Hall Meeting!
 
The Liberal Media and Obama are afraid that their Health Care scheme will not survive the August Congressional break.  Their liberal supporters are getting an earful as they have traveled back home.
 
Robert Gibbs, White House Press Secretary, was recently questioned about the Conservative movement's involvement in the Town Hall Meetings.  He responded by trying to attack us - to attack you - and make it look like your anger is not real.  He has tried to get the media off the story, just look at what he said:
 
GIBBS: Well, you know, look, I hope people will take a jaundiced eye to what is clearly the Astro-Turf nature of so-called grassroots lobbying - The Astro-Turf nature of grassroots lobbying, which is largely the term for, you know, this is manufactured anger.
 
Manufactured Anger?  Obama and the White House are attempting to brand Conservatives as being disingenuous.  Why? Because we don't agree with Government Run Health Care.
     
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