Petition to Repeal the Bill Via Tea Party Express

by the Left Coast Rebel

If you are reading the Left Coast Rebel as your first stop this morning, know that you are not alone and to not despair. This fight has just begun. Do not let a heavy heart stop you from effectively winning this fight going forward, the line in the sand has been crossed and we will win!

Head over to the Tea Party Express' Health Care Bill repeal petition. It's simple. Stand with your brothers and sisters in liberty and against tyranny and sign the Repeal the Health Care petition. Join 60%+ of the nation and let your voice be heard.

UPDATED: Jim DeMint's PAC also has a Repeal the Bill petition up. Just like the Tea Party Express' effort - he has gathered over 25,000 signatures today alone. Here's a screenshot of the DeMint/Senate Conservatives Fund REPEAL IT pledge:

DeMing repeal


UPDATED: Via Memeorandum, William Kristol in the Weekly Standard takes on repeal:

Luckily, key parts of Obamacare--especially the subsidies--don’t go into effect until 2014. So what Republicans have to do is to make the 2010 and the 2012 elections referenda on Obamacare, win those elections, and then repeal Obamacare.

Of course that can’t be the whole message in 2010 and 2012. Of course there will be other important issues. And even on this issue, the message will have to be not just repeal but also replace--replace Obamacare with sensible reforms. What’s more, working out exactly how to repeal and replace the parts of the legislation that will already be in effect is an important task, one to which I know Paul Ryan has already given some thought.

But the details of the replacing and reforming are secondary. Repeal is the heart of the matter. It should be the heart of the message. Think of it this way: This year Obama has handed Republicans a one-item Contract with America, an item a majority of the public supports--opposition to, and therefore repeal of, Obamacare.

Barack Obama was able to muscle his health care plan through, and therefore avoided a legislative defeat that Sen. Jim DeMint had said would be his Waterloo. But Waterloo was always an imperfect analogy. Leaving aside the injustice to Napoleon of comparing Obama to him, the better analogy is Borodino.

Last night’s victory was the culmination of Obama’s health care effort, which has been his version of Napoleon’s Russia campaign. He won a short-term victory, but one that will turn out to mark an inflection point on the road to defeat, and the beginning of the end of the Democratic party’s dominance over American politics. Last night was Obama’s Borodino. Obama’s Waterloo will be November 6, 2012.

And then comes repeal, and the opportunity for renewed and revitalized conservative governance.

UPDATED x2: Via Wake up America, via Heritage, the Heritage Foundation vows to fight the intolerable acts:


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