Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Stop Government Takeover of Health Care Rally Capitol Steps Nov.5 Noon.

On Hannity, last week Congressman Michele Bachmann (R-Minnesota, 6th District) announced that she will be on the steps of the Capitol Building in Washington DC on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at noon to confront Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress.

She is asking for other concerned Americans to come to Washington DC next week to protest the socialist health care bill being forced on the American public. She stated that many Democrats are on the fence and need to hear from their constituents.

Michele wants everyone not in favor of the health care bill to walk the halls of Congress and tell the Senators and Representatives they do not want the health care plan. She said she would like for all who come to Congress to make sure they visit the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, and tell her what to do with her health care plan.

Northern Virginia Tea Party will be there, RSVP on the form on the right. We will notify you of the exact meeting location by email.

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