The Healthcare Freedom Act will come up for a vote on Tuesday, August 3rd 2010. It will be listed as Proposition C on the ballot. (A lawsuit claiming the Healthcare Freedom Act is unconstitutional was filed in late June by two Mo. voters. A judge says the ruling will be quick.) Check your calendars and set aside enough time to vote yes for this statute securing our freedom to choose in Missouri.
This statute is brief, to the point, and secures our right to choose our own health insurance plan if we want one. Some people prefer to pay for most services in cash and purchase a catastrophic plan with a high deductible. This saves money for those that take good care of their bodies but provides a cushion for a catastrophe. (Under the healthcare bill this will not be approved by the administration and you will be fined/taxed.) Others can participate in the federal plan if they wish or any private plan of their choice without penalty. These are choices which any free society would secure for its people with no questions asked. Forty one other states have introduced similar legislation which basically protects the individual, employers and state governments from federal mandates on healthcare.
The federal government is trying through the congress and judicial activism to amend our constitution. This is not the procedure laid out in Article V of the constitution and should be stopped now. Repeal of the healthcare bill is essential to all Americans and especially to our children and grandchildren. Any congressman or senator who voted for the healthcare bill should be voted out of office. Remember November!
Keep communicating to everyone you know and don’t know about the Constitution and how it applies to legislation, executive orders and states rights. Theses ideas and principles are too important to allow someone to insist that they are too controversial to talk about. So, don’t let them.
The future of our country hangs in the balance on what we do right here, right now.
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