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November 4th, 2009 6:40 pm
Bachmann’s “House Call” in Opposition to ObamaCare

Last week, Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) called on the American people to join her in making a “House Call” against the passage of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s 1,990-page government-run health care plan. 

The event, which is intended to emulate the effective August tea parties, takes place tomorrow at noon.  It will begin with a rally featuring actor Jon Voight and Mark Levin on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.  Following the rally, participants will descend on Congressional offices to lobby against the legislation.

Appearing yesterday on Fox and Friends, Bachmann labeled this week the “Super Bowl of Freedom.” 

“The American people need to stand up again and make sure that Congress hears them this time. Speaker Pelosi is putting her bill on fast track to a vote…” said the Congresswoman.  “The people need to make a House Call on Washington this week and tell their Representatives to vote no to a government take-over of one-fifth of our economy. This is gangster government at its worst.”

Watch the full Fox and Friends interview below:


It’s crunch time, folks.  House Democrats have scheduled a vote on Pelosi’s government-run health care bill for this Saturday.  Join Rep. Bachmann and thousands of concerned Americans in making a “House Call” against ObamaCare.

If you are not in the Washington, D.C.-area and are not able to attend this important event, please be sure to call your Representative in Congress and demand he or she vote “No!”  Call today, call tomorrow, then call again on Friday and Saturday.  Get your friends and family to do the same.  We must light up the telephone switchboards in Congressional offices in opposition to ObamaCare.

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