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November 6th just got much more important

17 June 2009 - Washington, DC - Senators on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee begins mark-up consideration on the Kennedy Health Care bill. The bill which may cost over a trillion dollars is being debated by both sides of the Senate committee.

* Obama manipulated our system ( Lied )  to pass a destructive health care law that is now validated by the Supreme Court.  We know Obamacare can be dismantled and replaced with a plan that does not lead to the elimination of private healthcare.  We are not stuck with the current healthcare reform forever,  if we can win elections.  Hillary Clinton on Obama “continues to spend millions of dollars perpetuating falsehoods.”  See more here:  “The Washington Post piece cited is a June 21st piece by Glenn Kessler, which said that an Obama campaign ad accusing Romney of being responsible for jobs being outsourced deserved four Pinnochios. “On just about every level, this ad is misleading, unfair and untrue, from the use of ‘corporate raider’to its examples of alleged outsourcing,” Kessler wrote.

* John Tierney is a huge supporter of government run healthcare. Surprise, surprise, he’s also a liar.  For almost the past two years, Congressman John Tierney has told the news media that he knew nothing of his wife’s family’s illegal gambling ring.  After his recent sentencing, Tierney’s brother-in-law, Daniel Eremian, told reporters that Tierney knew everything.  Boston Herald:“On the eve of his having to self-report to federal prison for the next three years, the brother-in-law of U.S. Rep. John F. Tierney lashed out at the congressman, calling him a ‘liar’ who threw ‘my sister under the bus for his career.’”  Click here for the full story

* Elizabeth Warren is another supporter of govt-controlled healthcare. We all know she is a liar.  Warren’s bogus claim to Cherokee heritage is a glaring example of her character.

If you haven’t helped out a GOP candidate, now is the time.

Go to their website & sign up for their emailing list.  In addition to donating money, candidates need all types of help with their campaigns.  Every person can make a difference.

NBPT area events organized by the Newburyport Republican Committee. These events help promote
Republican Candidates and values.

* Sat, June 30- Backyard Cookout fundraiser for the NRC and Senate Candidate Sam Meas.
6:30-9:30 at 433 Merrimca St. NBPT

* Friday night, July 6- A Star Spangled Celebration under the Pavilion at Salisbury Beach State Reservation. This is a great event!
Having fun with Conservative friends, listening to great music, enjoying wonderful food, all on the Beach:
This is definitely a necessary antidote to the current state. Fun is guaranteed!
Tickets must be ordered in advanced. Please contact me for tickets.

* Sun, Aug 5. Plan to walk in the Yankee Homecoming Parade, Our Float will be creative and beautiful thanks to our talented volunteers.
The theme is: Newburyport, A great AMERICAN city.  This is a great opportunity to show our pride in the Newburyport area & our American patriotism.

* Sat, Sept 8, 6:30-8:oo pm. Scott Brown Fund Raiser at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury. Tickets are limited and will go on sale soon.

Have a great weekend, &  I look forward to seeing you soon.
Colleen Fallon
Newburyport Republican Committee


Help people to understand HOW BAD THIS THING IS – Show them the chart that represents 1/3 of the bill!!!

This chart helps depict what the over 2,400 pages of the bill is going to do and how it is going to work.  To facilitate a more thorough understanding of something that will have a profound effect on everyone’s healthcare and future, distribute and display this poster in your businesses, school, doctors’ offices, hospitals, medical buildings, everywhere you can because it will affect everybody.
Each line on the chart includes the actual statute number, embedded for all to see, as it correlates and is delineated in the actual bill. 
You cannot, however, read these and other specifics and important details without viewing it in poster size.  36 x 40 inch posters are available for $10.00 a piece by emailing .  They can also be purchased laminated, and/or mounted for $15.00 each. 

Please help to distribute these and alert people to the disaster of this bill, and contact your Senators today and demand that it be repealed.

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Heritage Foundation, as always, is already prepared to “fight the good fight”!  See below—or if you have any trouble with the links, go to:

Join the Fight to Repeal Obamacare

Fellow Americans,

Like you, I am disappointed by the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision. The Court misread and rewrote Obamacare in order to save it. Such contortions are not the proper role of judging. Most Americans are with you and me and deeply dislike this law.

We believe, however, that this is far, far from a time for despair. This decision will energize freedom-loving Americans to once again take matters into their own hands. Our republic has survived and flourished for more than two centuries because men and women—brave, determined, and deeply committed to the cause of freedom—were willing to stand, to march, and to make whatever sacrifices were necessary so that their children would know the blessings of liberty, the hope and opportunity that flow from living in “the land of the Free.”

They will receive this ruling as a clarion call to action. Once again, the people will have to rise to defend a fundamental American concept: that the power of government over individuals must be limited.

First, let’s acknowledge what was good in the decision. The Court recognized that there are limits to what Congress may do under the Commerce Clause. Big-government forces have for too long abused this clause’s grant of congressional authority, but the Court’s decision reaffirms that there are limits on their actions.

There’s also the fact that the individual mandate has acquired the official constitutional status of a “tax”—and if it is indeed a tax, then that is even more reason for the U.S. Senate to repeal it with the 51-vote threshold available under the Budget Act’s reconciliation process. It is a revenue provision. No filibuster problems there now.

Calling it a tax, of course, doesn’t make the heavy-handed policy in Obamacare any better for those who now have to buy a product they don’t like. And yesterday’s opinion makes clear that President Obama enacted a massive new tax on the middle class, breaking one of his repeated promises.

We must resolve to check this dangerous expansion of power.

The first step is to work harder than ever to fully repeal Obamacare. Now that the Supreme Court has had its say, Congress becomes the arena in which we can fight for relief and restoration of constitutional limits.

Congress can and must reassert its constitutional authority. Indeed, the House of Representatives has already acted. We congratulate the lower chamber for having voted to repeal Obamacare.

Now it’s the Senate’s turn to do what’s right: Repeal Obamacare, and force the President to sign its repeal.

The American experiment is predicated on the idea that government exists to serve the people, that it derives its power from the people, and that the people retain all powers they do not specifically grant to government. Obamacare turns that fundamental idea on its head.

Ours is still a government “of the people.” And the American people have spoken clearly. Indeed, the people’s antipathy toward the law keeps growing. Just this month, a poll conducted by The New York Times and CBS News found that more than two-thirds of Americans wanted the Supreme Court to strike down Obamacare as a whole or in part. Only 24 percent would keep the law in place. While Court decisions obviously should not be driven by polls, the poll clearly shows the people’s dissatisfaction with the bad policy in Obamacare.

So many aspects of Obamacare are appalling. Once all its provisions kick in—conveniently, after the November election—millions of Americans stand to lose their current coverage. Already, it saddles individuals and families with higher premiums, higher costs, and higher taxes—and even steeper increases loom on the horizon. It has sparked a host of other loathsome mandates, like the HHS mandate that requires charitable religious organizations to provide coverage that violates the tenets of their faith.

But why should we expect government to respect the constitutional right to religious freedom if we allow government to ignore fundamental restraints on its power to regulate the lives of its citizens?

This year will mark a pivotal point in American history. The American people now must make a critical decision: We must choose between constitutional, limited government on the one hand and arbitrary, unlimited rule on the other.

We at The Heritage Foundation, as always, will stand in defense of our nation’s founding principles. We are eager to lead the fight to overturn this Intolerable Act—Obamacare—and we are grateful for your support of our efforts to save the American Dream for the next generation.

Join our fight: Become part of the mission to repeal Obamacare and create a better America.


Ed Feulner
President, The Heritage Foundation


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