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Almost 10,000 Comments Against Government Takeover of Health Care
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Almost 10,000 Comments Against Government Takeover of Health Care

[Click here to download over 9,400 comments from our activists on health care reform]Early in the health care debate this year FreedomWorks created a webpage for activists to post their comments to be delivered to Congressmen on health care legislation. So far we have collected over 9,400 comments.  In the spreadsheet linked above you will find name, town, state, and comment on health care reform from our activists sorted by state.

07/22/2009
Cigarette Black Market Growing
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Cigarette Black Market Growing

FreedomWorks has organized against dozens of cigarette taxes in the past year.

07/22/2009
Raise Your Hand if You're Unsure
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Raise Your Hand if You're Unsure

Unsure about health care reform?  Let Freedom Ring has a helpful video - watch and learn.  H/t Club for Growth.

07/22/2009
$23,700,000,000,000!
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$23,700,000,000,000!

That’s 11 zeros for those not counting.  $23.7 trillion dollars – let’s take a moment of silence….   This astronomical number is the total liability that the government has racked up in its series of bailouts of the financial system, according to the Special Inspector General assigned to the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP).  Neil Bartofsky is heading up the investigation into how the TARP funds are being used, as well as how the Treasury Department plans to increase transparency within the program.In short:  “Don’t ask, don’t tell,” is the Treasury’s policy.  Bartofsky, in testimony given before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee meeting today focused on the lack of transparency which leaves the taxpayers unaware of how their investments in the federal government have fared.  The latest Quarterly Report shows the government liability from bailing out the financial services industry totaling $23.7 trillion.  Most people are aware of the $800 billion in TARP funds that are on the line, but as SIGTARP emphasized, that is only a collection of 12 recent government programs invested.  There are 50 other programs already in place that also need to be included in assessing the risk involved, forming the $23.7 trillion total.

07/21/2009
Health Care Petitions Delivered to Capitol Hill
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Health Care Petitions Delivered to Capitol Hill

Over the 4th of July, Freedomworks volunteers collected hundreds of signatures on petitions opposing socialized medicine at Tea Parties and other events across the country. Last week, FreedomWorks interns delivered those petitions to the appropriate members of Congress. Below are photos of some of those deliveries and contact information for each office. Thanks so much to those patriots who signed and sent in petitions!

07/21/2009
FreedomWorks Leads Grassroots Fight Against ObamaCare
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FreedomWorks Leads Grassroots Fight Against ObamaCare

Click here to download the full, .pdf version which includes pictrues!

07/21/2009
Obama's Blue State Betrayal
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Obama's Blue State Betrayal

A recent report from the non-partisan Tax Foundation shows who will bear the funding burden for the federal government’s health care take over, and proves it’s never too early to say “I told you so.” Nine of the top ten states that will pay the highest income taxes under a “surtax” plan currently being considered in the Democrat-dominated House of Representatives went for Barack Obama last fall. By an average of 25 percent.

07/21/2009
Senators Won't Enroll in Public Option
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Senators Won't Enroll in Public Option

One of the big points we hear from the grassroots again and again is "If this public plan is so good, will Congress enroll?"  The answer is, of course not.  That's the give-away.  The new public option will be good enough for everyone else, but our elected officials will keep their own cushy plan.

07/20/2009
Missed Opportunity for at least Some Competition-based Health Care Reform
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Missed Opportunity for at least Some Competition-based Health Care Reform

While the larger debate over liberals' proposed hostile government takeover of America's medical system continues to rage, an opportunity was recently missed to inject some competition in one important area: the life-saving biologic drug market.The Senate HELP committee passed legislation last week that would prevent generic companies from entering the market to compete with brand providers.  These "biogenerics" would provide downward pressure on prices for drugs like Insulin and Avastin (a colon cancer medicine), but not if Congress continues to allow roadblocks to competition.

07/20/2009
On Second Thought, Maybe the U.S. Should Be More Like Europe
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On Second Thought, Maybe the U.S. Should Be More Like Europe

The Wall Street Journal reports this morning that the European Union and the United States have again chosen different paths regarding free trade, this time with South Korea. However, for once it’s old Europe that wants to boost economic output by lowering barriers. Meanwhile, in the formerly free market U.S., a Congress beholden to Big Labor throws up roadblocks.

07/20/2009

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