When it was announced on Thursday that the Senate would be taking a vote to proceed with health care legislation on Saturday, a number of groups in Virginia sprang into action.
In less than 24 hours, they drew several hundred activists who stretched in a line between the Richmond district offices of Senators Warner and Webb, in the middle of a work day.
They wanted to make sure Warner and Webb know that a bill lacking tort reform and containing an individual mandate is unacceptable.
We may yet lose this fight at the national level, but I have no doubt that the organization which has developed among limited government activists over the last 10 months will ultimately prove decisive.
And from a doctors’ protest on Saturday in McClean, VA:
Good thing they wore their white coats!
FreedomWorks Letter to Congress in Support of Fiscal Commision Act (H.R. 5779)