Governor Palin Continues to Fight Against Obamacare Train Wreck

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Governor Palin posted on Facebook yesterday:

The U.S. Senate has some arcane procedural rules, and as ordinary Americans our eyes glaze over trying to decipher them. But it’s important for us to understand that Sen. Ted Cruz’s efforts to defund Obamacare are worthwhile and doable.

We shouldn’t preemptively surrender the fight to those who rammed through this outrageously burdensome and unaffordable ploy for government control of health care even though some are trying to convince us that the fight is futile. Just because a fight isn’t easy, doesn’t mean it’s not worth fighting.

This defund movement boils down to a very simple request. As Andrew McCarthy recently pointed out: “Obama himself has already unilaterally and unconstitutionally defunded aspects of Obamacare, including repugnant accommodations for big corporations, Obama insiders, and members of Congress.” All we’re asking is that the rest of America “get the same relief from this awful law that Obama cronies, the ruling class, and the politically-connected get.”

Please call your senators and politely ask them to stand with Senator Cruz. This is especially important if your senator is a Democrat up for re-election in a red state in 2014. That would be Senators Mark Begich (D-AK), Mark Pryor (D-AR), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), and Kay Hagan (D-NC). Remind them politely that we are watching their votes very carefully and even a procedural vote that shuts down this debate will be regarded as a vote for Obamacare, and there will be consequences for them at the ballot box next year. The same goes for Republicans up for re-election. We definitely expect them to stand shoulder to shoulder with Senator Cruz through thick and thin.

The number for the Capitol Hill Switchboard is 202-224-3121. Ask for your senator’s office. You can also find their contact information and contact them online at

Remember, we elected these senators precisely for moments like this. If they can’t do anything with the power we’ve given them through their elected office, then perhaps it’s time for them to retire and let someone else have a go.

Opposition to Obamacare carried us to victory in 2010. And 2014 is just around the corner.

- Sarah Palin

She also posted this interview that Neil Cavuto conducted with Mark Levin:
Mark Levin nails it here. Remember time is short before the nation is fundamentally transformed unless we fight for the USA.


Anonymous,  September 25, 2013 at 12:53 PM  

Just curious because I'm really interested in getting health care for my family. You said recently that you're resigning from your job. I figure you have health care through it. What will you do once you don't have it anymore? What are our options besides Obamacare? Especially for those of us with large families but lower incomes.

Adrienne Ross September 25, 2013 at 1:59 PM  

I would plan to have health insurance through my employer or purchase my own.

Anonymous,  September 25, 2013 at 3:52 PM  

Oh, I didn't realize you already have another job. Congrats.

Well, hubby and I have six kids and I stay at home to homeschool. He only gets 36 hours a week at his job, so they won't give him health care. I'm really thinking that Obamacare may be our only option. We've been on medicaid for five years now - thank goodness, but I'm hoping we can get better care through these programs they're talking about. And if my oldest can stay on it until he's 26, that would save us so much.

Adrienne Ross September 25, 2013 at 5:42 PM  

I didn't speak about my personal employment situation either way. What I'm saying is the two options are current employment or purchase.

I certainly wish you and your family well. God bless you.

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