The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

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The following is a copy of a letter that I just sent to my Senators via  This was a sample letter that I altered and edited in order to convey my personal thoughts on the matter.

As you know, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed in the middle of the night and without the support of the American people. I am calling on you as one of your constituents to stop this legislation by de-funding its implementation until the law can be repealed and replaced with legislation that benefits the citizens of the United States of America.

You were elected into office to represent the values and needs of those of us who live in your State and District. You were not elected to LEAD us, you were elected to REPRESENT us. You were not elected to do what YOU think is right, you were elected to do what WE think is right! The passage of this legislation was an abdication of the oath lawmakers took when sworn into office and I hope you will do the right thing now and stop the law from being fully implemented and work to enact real reform to our heath care system based on free market principles, not government interference. Americans enjoy the best health care system in the world and this legislation harms the very people it pretends to help. The federal government forcing any citizen, to buy anything, is unconstitutional. The federal government making it criminal for that citizen to refuse to do so, is unconscionable!

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  1. Great letter. You know, if they keep acting like a brick wall, well, we know what Reagan would say: “TEAR IT DOWN.” At the ballot box, one “representative” at a time. (Gee, it’s like we’re already living in the Soviet Union because I felt it necessary to add that last sentence so the SS won’t break down my doors at 2 am.)

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