Skip to comments.Texas AG Abbott (Just Tweeted) Organizing AG Call TONITE - Across Country
Posted on 03/21/2010 4:38:31 PM PDT by VRWCTexan
@Abbott2010 I am organizing a conference call tonight for AGs across the country. We will discuss our litigation strategy...
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Any idea about how many states are onboard with this?
Any idea about how many states are onboard with this?
Thank God. How many states are under D’s and R’s, come on folks, real quick. lol
Here comes the 10th!!!
This would certainly determine where I move. I am disgusted at the cowards and angry communists I have seen today in Washington. TeaPartiers should be very proud of what has been accomplished. Thank you for going to Washington and fighting the good fight. I made my calls and they heard from me.
I saw where there were 38 states going to do something about this...
and I also saw something that 38 states could do a Constitutional amendment
I saw a map on Fox News earlier. Even NJ is considering or has filed.
Doubt Kalifornia will join in.... I want out of here SO BAD!!!!!!!!
I saw the Attorney General of Florida on Fox. He “promises” to have a lawsuit filed within one hour of the President’s signing of this bill. He also said that Arizona’s governor will be joining the suit, since that state’s AG is a Dem. I understand that Virginia and Idaho have already passed state laws nullifying this bill. I’m sure many states will be joining this suit.
I am thankful everyday that I live in Texas!
Yeah....Oregon is a lost cause, right now, too...but we’re working to change it!
I guarantee flaming socialist Connecticut AG Richard Blumenthal, who is running as the RAT US Senate candidate, will not do anything to thwart the Unconstitutional, socialist health care BS.
37 or 38 state legislatures are trying to pass laws to protect their citizens from obamacare...And 2 or 3 state Attorney Generals say they will file suit if the HCR bill passes, that’s FL, VA, and -????Can’t remember the 3rd one. If anyone knows differently, let me know, but I believe the AG actions are separate/in addition to the state legislature actions. Be nice if at least 40 states try to opt out, and 40 AGs file suits. I believe both VA and FL say they will file their suits the day after the HCB passes.
Let’s just secede and get it over with.
I’m tired of watching communists.
YEE HAW KICK THOSE DONKS IN THE TEETH TEXAS
MO passed a bill in the house, I assume it will go to the senate after the HCR bill passes Congress. Then it will have to pass by a veto-proof margin as our governor is untrustworthy-or if he does veto it, they better re pass it over his veto.
So far two VA and Idaho have laws on the books making obama illegal for their states - another 35 or so are in various states of progress
Not sure how many states will join this suit - should be all but a handful
Wasn’t it Idaho??
Here in WI we have a fine Republican AG who no doubt will make a move on this, and the Republicans running for Governor both said they will nullify Obamacare.
You might as well get on down here.
We have lots a Guns, God and Oil.
And we don’t much care what Hussen Nobama says............
BRING ALL THE ROPE IN TEXAS!!!...
I really wish that Alaska’s AG would show some b*lls, and that goes for Parnell also.
Christie might just go for it though. He is really kicking ass and taking names here.
Before leaving Forgottenland, remember that packing yourselves into a few states reduces your influence in Congress. Fight is needed nationwide; it makes a difference in the unlikeliest places sometimes.
“and I also saw something that 38 states could do a Constitutional amendment”
Definitely a bad idea to do that with the politicians we have ‘representing’ us right now.
I am with you there, Man. I was born and raised in CT, used to be a beautiful, very conservative state. But not since Ella Grasso, God rest her soul. And now, well you can bet Martha Caokley will not join this, NOR will Coupe De’Val.
Sounds pretty damned good to me!!!!!
Maybe it’s time to look at supporting Republican state AGs across the country this fall, such as in CT: http://blogs.courant.com/capitol_watch/2010/02/gops-john-pavia-gathering-supp.html
Last count I heard was 37. Stated on the house floor last night a quote from TX AG. “Texas stands ready to lead the way.”
LOL, don’t I know it. I am a teacher in NJ.
Greg Abbott: We are fully engaged in the legal challenge to the healthcare bill. On Thursday we had a strategy call with other AGs, and today we briefed Texas congressional members who share our concerns with this bill. Texas will be undoubtedly challenge this constitutionally questionable law—it’s just a question of whether to fi...le our own lawsuit or join a multistate effort.
Yeah. I’m finally seriously considering leaving, but I don’t yet know where to go.
If Texas secedes, I’m moving there. Any recommendations for locations?
Great, more Californian losers invading.
Yeah, but at least I’m not a Yankee!
Kansas had an article today about wanting on board with the other states fighting this.
If we can confine the folks from CA to the Austin area until their conservative bonafides are reviewed, then nothing would change. ;-)
Should be plenty of them especially the Red states.
Me too!!!! I hear San Antonio is nice.
Very glad Greg Abbott is our AG.
Are any actually appointed rather than voted in?
God Bless Texas!
38 so far
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