The Health Care Vote. Why I Will Call My Congressman When I Feel Ill.

Health-care Bill: How the House Voted washingtonpost.com

I see that my Congressman, Peter DeFazio, 4th District – Oregon, has voted for the House Healthcare bill. I am not surprised. DeFazio is an unreconstructed Leftist and has never seen a problem that he didn’t think could be cured by higher taxes and more bureaucracy. If you look at where his funding comes from you will see why. Lobbyists and Unions as far as you can see.

Anyhow, I immediately sent him an e-mail informing him that he is not going to be on my speed dial for all problems I have with health care.

Hey, not my idea, it’s his. He decided to inject himself and his cronies into my personal healthcare. So, of course, I’m going to call him first.

Her’s the e-mail I sent. I would encourage everyone whose Representative voted for this monstrosity to do the same.

Congressman DeFazio;

Since you have seen fit to involve yourself in my personal healthcare, it seems only fair for me to advise you that I am putting your office on my speed dial so I can easily reach you with any problems I might have with my health care.

I don’t agree with your vote, but since you saw fit to cast it for this ill-defined, massively intrusive and deficit busting program, you own it.

I will be encouraging as many people as possible to do the same. If you want to take the place of our Drs and Insurance companies, I will comply by deferring to your imputed expertise.

Please don’t start whining about how people, the medical profession and the health care industry reacts to your bill. After all, you and your colleagues seem to think that you are smarter than everyone else. If that is even close to true you will have anticipated every reaction and decided that the cost was worth it.

Deal with it.

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