Tuesday, August 25, 2009

More Health Care Events This Week

If you missed the Recess Rally last Saturday or the "Hands Off Our Health Care Rally" on Monday, you still have an opportunity to let our Democratic DC officials hear what you have to say about President Obama's dream of a government-run health care system.

On Wednesday, August 26, 2009, at 4:30 pm, the Pulaski County Tea Party will gather at the State Capitol for another stop by the "Hands Off My Health Care" tour bus stop. Americans for Prosperity is funding the tour and will be gathering signatures on a petition demanding our legislators oppose any bill that "imposes greater government control over my health care..."

WhatHands Off Our Health Care Rally
WhenAugust 26, 2009 @ 4:30 pm
WhereState Capitol

On Thursday, August 27, 2009, at 2:00 pm, Representative Vic Snyder will be holding a town hall meeting at the University of Central Arkansas. This one is being pushed hard by President Obama's permanent campaign organization, Organizing for America. In fact, attendees are asked to RSVP through OFA's website. Conservatives who oppose Obamacare should attend this event if at all possible to guarantee our voices are heard. Doors will open at 1:00, so get there early to make sure you get a seat.

WhatVic Snyder Town Hall
WhenAugust 27, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
WhereUniversity of Central Arkansas
Reynolds Performance Hall
Rooms 5A & 5B
201 Donaghey Avenue
Conway, AR 72035

On Friday, August 28, 2009, Republican candidate David Meeks, who seeks to unseat Vic Snyder in the 1st district, will hold a town hall meeting at UALR. "Secure Arkansas will have a panel discussion and townhall meeting Friday August 28th 7-9pm at UALR. Following the panel discussion, there will be statements by any attending candidates and then townhall discussions."

If at all possible, please attend at least one of these events to help defeat the Democrats' government-run health care plan. Our side has the momentum, but we must keep up the fight if we hope to keep health care decisions between doctor and patient, with no government bureaucrat wedging himself in between.

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