Thursday, February 11, 2010

Tonight: Georgia - Southern Crescent Tea Party Patriot's General Meeting

J. Christopher's at 7:00 Thursday, February 11th

Featured speaker, Mr. Ron Bachman, has worked across party lines on health care reform. Ron worked with "Hillarycare" in 1993-94, he worked with Ted Kennedy over the past 10 years on mental health issues, and he is a Senior Fellow at Newt Gingrich's Center for Health Transformation. He will discuss the contents of the proposed bill, the Congressional process, how Congress is trying to still pass socialized healthcare legislation, and prospects for true free market health care reform.

Mr. Bachman is currently working with the Southern Crescent Tea Party Patriots on a proactive Health Care agenda that will include true free market health care reforms that would not raise ANYONE'S TAXES!! We are working on partnering with our legislators in order to pass bills that are in the best interest of WE THE PEOPLE.

Also speaking is State Representative Matt Ramsey of District 72, who has also spoken at all of our healthcare forums. He will relate how he has already proposed a bill that would allow Georgia citizens to purchase health insurance across state lines, allowing free market competition in order to lower insurance prices for consumers. This is just one of the many reforms that have been highlighted at the SCTPP healthcare forums. We appreciate Representative Ramsey's initiative for the citizen's of Georgia and hope to work more with him in the future to secure legislation to help lower insurance costs in Georgia.

Come to the meeting and hear how you can help our state and federal government become one that is OF the people, BY the people, and FOR the people!

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