Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Limbaugh: "This is ballgame."

Today, Rush Limbaugh took a nearly unprecedented step and urged his listeners to call the offices of the undecided Democrats on in the House of Representatives to urge them to vote "no" on Obamacare - and gave out the numbers of the Capitol switchboard.  (Link to transcript here.)  People listened and so clogged the phone lines that the system nearly crashed.  

Why would Limbaugh pull out all stops now?  Because, as he put it, "this is ballgame."  Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress, with the blessing of Barack Obama, seem willing to say, or do anything to ram this monstrosity through.  And, as Limbaugh continued, "if this bill passes, the Constitution's carefully crafted limits on congressional power will have been reduced substantially."  They're trying to declare a bill "passed" without even voting on it!

Limbaugh's right.  This is it.  This is the ballgame.  If the Democrats win this one, we're sunk.  The country is sunk.  We'll be so far on our way to socialism that there's no turning back.  

So why not rely on the GOP . . . they don't have the votes to stop it.  It will take Democrats and, frankly, the direct urging of the American people to remind them that they represent the people, not the president, or their party.  

We don't want this!  Stop it!  Kill the bill!

Join Limbaugh's listeners and call Congress . . . 877-762-8762 or 202-224-3121.  Pick one of these "undecided" and do your persuasive best.

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