10th Amendment Fight! Prepping for January 18th. Plus a bus trip is available.on December 15th, 2009 at 10:14 pm
wants to control your medical care, and send you to prison if you refuse to comply. But you and I can stop him at the Virginia border.
This is what our rally in Richmond is all about. We will be offering bus trips to the Richmond rally on January 18th. The cost will be about $25 a person. Email me at email@example.com if you are interested.
I’m excited to report to you Delegate Bob Marshall is advancing state sovereignty with both the Virginia Health Care Freedom Act (HB 10) and the Freedom Amendment to Virginia’s Constitution (HJR 7).
The language of both is identical:
“No law shall restrict a person’s natural right and power of contract to secure the blessings of liberty to choose private health care systems or private plans. No law shall interfere with the right of a person or entity to pay for lawful medical services to preserve life or health, nor shall any law impose a penalty, tax, fee, or fine, of any type, to decline or to contract for health care coverage or to participate in any particular or plan, except as required by a court where an individual or entity is a named party in a judicial dispute. Nothing herein shall be construed to expand, limit or otherwise modify any determination of law regarding what constitutes lawful medical services within the Commonwealth.”
If we can pass this, we can stop Obama’ s radical government takeover of health care in Virginia, no matter what Congress says.
With a solid Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli now on our side, we can set up a monumental fight for state sovereignty and defend the rights of Virginians.
Under Constitutional Amendment (HJR 7) can not be considered by the House Privileges and during the regular session of the General Assembly. They cannot consider constitutional amendments for technical and procedural reasons.
That means for this session, HB10 is our only chance to stop Obama’s scheme to make all Americans dependent on government for basic medical care — and to punish and even jail Americans who object.
You may link to Del Marshall’s HB10 here.
I heard Delegate Marshall give an explanation for his measures recently. In my judgment and that of others,the language of Del. Marshall’s bill is on sound constitutional footing.
HB10 likely won’t be assigned to a committee until some time in January. (The 2010 session runs from January 13 to March 12.) Del. Marshall tells me that Insurance bills normally go to the Commerce and Labor Committee. New members have to be added because of the election but I strongly urge you to contact the members currently on the committee to seek their support to get these bills moved to the floor for a vote. Support in the committees is vitally important to getting the bills to the floor for a vote. You can find the list and contact info here.
Our current administration is intent on a complete health care take-over that will drastically transform the health care system, cost the taxpayers trillions of dollars, and will result in the greatest power grab to threaten individual liberty and the free market in the history of this nation.
Delegate Bob Marshall has introduced HB10, freedom of choice over our own health care, our right to choose whether or not to carry health care coverage, and the type of coverage we choose to carry.Healthcare Freedom Act (VHFA). I ask that you please support this important legislation to protect our state’s rights and our
Senator Jill Vogel recently confirmed that she will introducing a companion bill in the Senate. The language of her bill will mirror that of Del. Marshall’s bill.
Senator Vogel will carry a Virginia Firearms Freedom Act (VFFA) like that of Montana in the Senate, as well.