Skip to comments.*BREAKING* ObamaCare Vote Imminent!
Posted on 02/12/2013 10:52:51 AM PST by jenk
We have learned that the 30.9 million of Federal money being offered to Michigan to fund the Health Care Exchange (referenced in our Jan. 29th 2013 Obama Care in MI and More! article) could see a Committee vote anytime! Grassroots in Michigan joined with other activists from across the state has issued a Press Release on the Health Care Exchange and the expansion of Medicaid in Michigan This money is key to jump-starting the Health Care Exchange this year! We stopped it last year we can do it again! We MUST Do It! Stopping the funding of the Health Care Exchange is also a key component to stopping the expansion of Medicaid in Michigan because the Exchange will administer the program. Simple Action Plan! Only two e-mails to send, House and Senate Appropriation Committees!
I do not want the 30.9 million dollars of Federal money to be appropriated for any Health Care Exchange and I do not support the expansion of Medicaid
E-mail/Call/Fax House Appropriation Chair, Rep. Joseph Haveman Phone: (517) 373-0830 Toll Free: (866) 908-4347 Email: JosephHaveman@house.mi.gov You may also e-mail the Members of the House Appropriation Committee at the same time,same e-mail AlPscholka@house.mi.gov ,SenMKowall@senate.michigan.gov, firstname.lastname@example.org, BillRogers@house.mi.gov,JohnWalsh@house.mi.gov, JonBumstead@house.mi.gov,AnthonyForlini@house.mi.gov,PeterMacGregor@house.mi.gov, GregMacMaster@house.mi.gov, NancyJenkins@house.mi.gov, PaulMuxlow@house.mi.gov,EarlPoleski@house.mi.gov, PhilPotvin@house.mi.gov, MikeMcCready@house.mi.gov ,MartinHowrylak@house.mi.gov, RobVerHeulen@house.mi.gov, RashidaTlaib@house.mi.gov, TerryBrown@house.mi.gov,FredDurhal@house.mi.gov,SeanMcCann@house.mi.gov, BrandonDillon@house.mi.gov, SarahRoberts@house.mi.gov, AndrewKandrevas@house.mi.gov, PamFaris@house.mi.gov, AdamZemke@house.mi.gov,SamSingh@house.mi.gov
House Appropriation Committee Al Pscholka (Maj. VC), Majority Caucus Chair Kowall, Lori, Rogers, John Walsh, House Speaker Pro Tempore, Bumstead, Forlini, MacGregor, MacMaster, Jenkins, Muxlow, Poleski, Potvin, McCready, Howrylak, VerHeulen, Tlaib (Min. VC), Brown, Durhal, McCann, Dillon, Roberts, Kandrevas, Faris, Zemke, Singh
Senate Appropriation Committee E-mail/Call/Fax Senate Appropriation Chair: Sen. Roger Kahn (517) 373-1760 Toll Free:1-866-305-2132 E-mail: email@example.com You may also e-mail the Members of the Senate Sub Appropriation Committee for Human Services at the same time, same e-mail SenBCaswell@senate.michigan.gov,firstname.lastname@example.org, SenJProos@senate.michigan.gov, SenJProos@senate.michigan.gov, Department of Human Services Senators Caswell (C), Jansen (VC), Proos and Gregory (MVC) Form E-mail contact, no direct email address **Further Updates**
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I like to help but I’m too busy trying to figure out how to rally Michiganders to oppose Obama’s gift of billions of dollars in military gifts to Egypt in the way of America’s best fighter jets and tanks...
I’m not going to fight against old sick Americans and support terrorists in Egypt...I call it ‘priorities’...
It appears you are, Obama and your democrats already cut $716 billion from medicare...........
Just fired off emails to my reps and Senator Kahn. For what that’s worth. Here is what I said:
“I *do not want* the 30.9 million dollars of Federal money to be appropriated for any Health Care Exchange and I *do not* support the expansion of Medicaid.
The best way to manage health care in this country is to do what Dr. Benjamin Carson said at the National Prayer Breakfast. If you didn’t listen to his speech, here is a link to the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyyHegP255g
Please take the time to watch this and listen to Dr. Carson. He is totally right about what should be done.
I believe that the health care program being forced on us by the federal government is not good for our country and definitely not good for our health.
I’ll be watching how my elected representatives vote!
Mrs. P. RN BSN”
I reads to me like Dr. Kahn has his eye on national office. He is pontificating about the debt, yet wasn’t he one of the first ones on board with getting things ready for Obama care in Michigan? He also took money from SEIU the day he got a bill put in to pay for health care workers training that the SEIU wanted. Unless he changes his stripes he won’t get a dime or a vote from this house.
Many people who have healthcare now, will lose it next year in 2014 or may face loss of hours reducing full time positions to part time jobs.
This is how the Democrats are creating jobs. By reducing the man-hours from full time to part time, then reallocating those man-hours to those without jobs. Then they claim they’ve created jobs while ignoring those they have destroyed or marginalized.
And who of us would have guessed they could pull it off, and get away with it...
THAT is how they” get away with it”. Along with the FACT that for ANYONE under 30—the BIG majority of them do NOT have functioning brains!!
As a past employer of 3 small companies, I've had to lay off people during tough times and hire part-timers. I didn't hire more part-timers, they and the full-timers had to take up the slack for those times if they wanted the business to continue and have whatever status of job. That is what we see every day with companies going to part-time. They are NOT hiring extra part-timers - they are just filling the same number of job slots.
This is the major part of the problem with the DC crowd. So few have ever managed a business nor read a P&L statement. They just don't get that small business (80% of the workforce?) has to deal with their over-bearing regulations and idiotic economic policies.
Most interesting to me in this so-called post-recession is that so many companies have done the above and are sitting on their cash. Most have downsized as much possible (some are still doing so). Yet they don't invest those bottom-line profits to grow. Why? I'll leave that to you to figure out, but we both know why. Also, that's one reason the stock market is so strong - downsizing has increased their bottom line, so they look good to institutional and private investors.
It's all going to come tumbling down for more reasons that I care to elaborate in this reply.
Couldn't have said it better.