REPEAL IT, REPEAL THEM, REPEAL HIM
By Attorney Rees Lloyd
November 2, 2010
Do you know how your Congressional Representative, and all of the Members of Congress in every State, voted on the major legislative initiatives of President Obama, Senate Leader Harry Reid, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in the 111th Congress, by which America is being transformed, including most dramatically but without limitation the bureaucratization and national socialization of American health care by what is popularly known as “Obamacare”? If not, I respectfully refer you to the very useful data provided by the Voters Guide of the League of American Voters.
I refer you to this information on how your Representative, and all other Members of Congress voted because I believe the elections on November 2, 2010, may be the most important midterm elections in our lifetime. While there are many issues to contemplate in deciding for whom to vote, and while the relative merits of candidates will necessarily be weighed, a simple fact appears to be undeniable: This midterm election of 2010, is an election dominated by the question of what kind of America this nation is to be. It is in essence a referendum on the agenda and policies of Barack Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi, and acceptance or rejection by the American people of the transformation of America by that agenda and those policies. In short, the American people’s decision of November 2 determines not only what kind of America we will know in our lifetimes, but what kind of America we will bequeath to our children, grandchildren, and posterity.
Therefore, it is incumbent upon us, I believe, if we are not to fail iin our duties as citizens, that we educate ourselves, at minimum, as to how those who represent us in Congress, especially all those seeking re-election, have voted on the very policies of Obama, Reid, and Pelosi, by which the nation is being transformed. Whatever those seeking re-election may say now in campaigning, the evidence of who and what they are is writ in concrete by their votes.