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To save the citizens of Georgia from costly taxes and regulation, Governor Deal has refused to set up a new health insurance exchange as mandated by
Obamacare. He will face political pressure to change his mind, and the Governor
will need all the support he can get.
Without the exchange, federal mandates won't work and the feds cannot
distribute the necessary insurance subsidies in exchange-less states. Obamacare
falls apart. Congress will then be forced to revisit the law.
The only hope of preventing the largest expansion of government in recent
history is for Speaker of the House David Ralston and Senate President Pro
Tempore Tommie Williams to join with Governor Deal in rejecting the
establishment of an exchange.
Demand an answer from Speaker Ralston and Senate President Williams and
ask where they stand on Obamacare. Ask if they will stand with the
governor to stop the Obamacare exchange in Georgia.
Governor Deal just has to hold firm until December 14th, 2012, the
deadline for establishing a state exchange. The election may be over but
Obamacare can still be stopped.
Send the form below or feel free to contact the Speaker of
the House or Senate President Pro Tempore by phone to voice your concern, or to
thank Governor Deal for his bold stand:
Governor Nathan Deal (404) 656-1776
Speaker David Ralston (404) 656-5020
Senate President Pro Tempore Tommie Williams (404) 656-0089
Say No to the Obamacare Exchange!
Dear [Decision Maker],
Governor Deal is bravely refusing to establish a health insurance exchange to comply with Obamacare. I agree with his decision and ask you to voice your support for him as he faces political pressure to change his course. If enough states opt out of the health care exchange that is the heart of ObamaCare, Congress will have no choice but to reexamine the unconstitutional law.As a public official, you should stand by the people of Georgia. We don't need the federal government interfering with our health care decisions. Georgia businesses that don't offer health insurance will be fined and likely leave the state. To run the exchange, taxpayers will pay millions of dollars so insurance companies can rake in easy profits.Obamacare is the largest expansion of government in recent history and you have the power to stop it. If not for Georgia residents, then for their children and grandchildren.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]