Nov 5, 2009

‘Michigan Stands for Health Care’ this Sunday in Lansing


A vote on the historic health care overhaul initiative could come as early as this weekend in the U.S. House, and the right-wingers are rolling out all the old, debunked lies, from “death panels” to it will cover illegal immigrants.

To rally the troops for this all-important bill that will help turn the country around and help cover the more than 47 million Americans without health care overage, a coalition of activists, organizations, progressive-minded groups and every MoveOn Council from across the state is sponsoring a pro-reform rally from 1-4 p.m. this Sunday on the lawn of the Capitol steps in Lansing called "Michigan Stands For Health Care.”

Come out and join dedicated, patriotic Americans to make a stand for real health care reform as Congress is set to vote on major national health care reform,. Send an unmistakable message that Michigan is sick of the status quo of our broken, existing health care delivery system.

Billionaires for Wealthcare - a grassroots network of health insurance CEOs, HMO lobbyists, talk-show hosts, and others profiting off of our broken health care system - will debate members of MoveOn Michigan during. The debate will be moderated by Dr. Mark Guerrieri.

Just seeing Billionaires for Wealthcare is worth the trip, and the weather is expected to be good. So, get there any way you can; trains, planes, automobiles, bus or car pool.

5 comments:

Erin said...

Thanks for the props - Looking forward to seeing you at the rally!

liberalshateusa said...

So much for having the bill on-line for the promised 72 hours. Real transparent

Communications guru said...

Give me a break, hate the USA. You just heard about health care reform?

Erin said...

Yeah Hater, who's the real joker? You're rhetoric doesn't work anymore!

Johnny C said...

Let's cut the bullshit the Republicans oppose healthcare reform for two reasons

One elected Republicans opposed health care reform for this reason if the American public likes the reform it's going to be a very long time until the Republicans enjoy any kind of majority.

Two the only reason a average right wing Republican voter is against health care reform is because fill in the blank right wing talk show host or media outlet told them they should be..