It’s Tea Time… ROAD TO REPEAL RALLY – March 24 – Washington DC

Road to Repeal Rally – March 24 – Washington DC

Saturday March 24 at the Upper Senate Parking Lot (Map here)

Confirmed speakers include: Herman Cain, Ken Cucinelli, Steve Bannon, Jim Hoft, Tom Price, Louie Gohmert and others…

Government run health care is the best example of everything wrong with the federal government. It is financially reckless. No one knows what it will ultimately cost – or where the money will come from.

Additionally, ObamaCare will grow the federal government into every aspect of our lives. It will grow government into a massive bloated bureaucracy making health care decisions that directly affect you. In fact, the federal government must hire more than 17,000 IRS agents to enforce the law.

We need your help to stop Government run health care!
Join thousands of patriots who oppose ObamaCare. Come to Washington, DC and be a part of the Road to Repeal Rally on March 24.
ObamaCare is set to be heard by the Supreme Court of the United States the following week and we need your help to send a strong clear message to the big government types who are bent on trampling our personal choice and freedom.

Join us on Saturday, March 24, 2012, for the Road to Repeal Rally.

Make your plans to attend today.
The future of America depends on you!

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  • noislamocommie

    I wonder if the Sheriff Joe method might be the fastest way to repeal.

  • coolidgerules

    Hey Jim-
    More interesting tidbits. Add this to the pile-

    Listen to the whole audio. We don’t need no stinkin’ courts

  • StrangernFiction

    The first step in repealing Obamacare is to not nominate the guy responsible for it’s pilot program:

    [In fact, however, as Newsweek writes, “During a speech in Baltimore on Feb. 2, 2007, Romney outlined his ambitions for the Massachusetts plan. ‘I’m proud of what we’ve done,’ he said. ‘If Massachusetts succeeds in implementing it, then that will be a model for the nation.’

    At the very least, Romney has clearly viewed his efforts as a model for other states across the nation. On April 11, 2006, the day before he signed his health care legislation into law, he wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed (called “Health Care for Everyone? We Found a Way”), “How much of our health-care plan applies to other states? A lot.”

    In his book, No Apology, he wrote of Ted Kennedy (on page 174 in the hardback edition), “[T]o his credit he saw an opportunity to work in a bipartisan fashion to try an experiment that might become a model for other states.” Three pages later (on page 177), Romney wrote, “From now on, no one in Massachusetts has to worry about losing his or her health insurance if there is a job change or a loss in income; everyone is insured and pays only what he or she can afford….We can accomplish the same thing for everyone in the country….”]

  • StrangernFiction

    I repeat, the first step in repealing Obamacare IS TO NOT NOMINATE THE GUY RESPONSIBLE FOR IT’S PILOT PROGRAM.

  • Taqiyyotomist
  • ponderon

    May i remind pundits here that if HR347 BILL is passed you can say goodbye to your freedom of assembly..This bill restricts policial protects any where near government buuildings and facilities………

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  • Comanche Joe

    I would love to go, but need more than 10 days notice!

  • Bryant reed

    Looking more and more like Romney or Santorum. Better than the illegal alien, but not much. Herman Cain would still be my first choice and Newt second. How in the world can Romney and Santorum be first choice out of 310,000,000? WHERE is this centuries George Washington? Jefferson? Madison?

    Instead of giants, we get weenies!

  • Pragmatic

    I doubt that Romney would be a keynote speaker at this rally! Dump Mitt Now!

  • JoyO

    With God’s Blessings, we’ll be there!

  • bg


    coolidgerules #2 March 14, 2012 at 10:10 am

    thank you..

    March 10, 1983

    Breaking The War Mentality

    October 27, 2008

    Breaking Free From The Constitution

    [Obama’s Views of the Warren Court

    The You Tube clip presents his personal views on the Warren Court of fifty years ago as a court that did not go far enough. He refers to a tragedy that the Warren Court ultimately found itself bound by the constraints placed upon it by the founding fathers. He seems to have found it unfortunate that the Supreme Court followed the Constitution. The Constitution has historically stood as a constraint upon government action as Mr. Obama said. He seems to lament that the court would not read into the Constitution a redistributive philosophy that he apparently holds.]

    January 18, 2001

    scroll for more here, in connecting links, and threads..


  • bg


    Godspeed TEA Party!!


  • Colint

    The US spends over 50% more per person for health care compared to Canada. Most of this EXCESS is due to the “MASSIVE BLOATED BUREAUCRACY” in the US private insurance system. A study about two years ago showed 73% of Canadians liked their health care system vs 58% (probably less now) in the US. In Canada as in the US most doctors are in private practice and paid by fee for service. Nearly all hospitals are NOT owned or operated by the government. Basic health care is financed through a single government operated insurance entity in each province (=state). The federal government is NOT directly involved in administering insurance to individuals. It does ensure there is some uniformity in all provinces. Canadian health care is financed by a combination of premiums, co-pays and income tax. As the provincial insurance has access to tax return income data, premiums and co-pays can be reduced for low income earners. While some pay less, the maximum one could pay for prescription drugs is 3% of annual income. That is, it is AFFORDABLE. This is all automated. There are no applications to file. Compared to the US, it is EFFICIENT.

    While it is unconstitutional for the US Federal gov. to mandate that people buy insurance from private for profit companies it would not be unconstitutional for states to require all state citizens to pay healthcare premiums to a state operated insurer. The work of doctors, nurses and other involved in patient care would not change, except for less bureaucratic work relating to health care finance. However, sadly, this will not happen. To protect their profits the private will bribe politicians, lie and peddle false propaganda. To hell with the people or the country, what counts is “our“ profits and bonuses.

  • StrangernFiction
  • John Galt

    I think Tea Party supporters could expand and support the Repeal Rally by implementing a simultaneous local street-side demonstration as described at What would the media report of millions of Americans did a peaceful protest at the nearest busy corner in their own local community! This type of demonstration can really increase the membership of young Americans who see the power and patriotism displayed by Tea Party demonstrators who are respectful and organized to restore America to the real values that matter. Check it out and spread the word.

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