They must vote on Wednesday


As you know, for the first time in our history, Americans are going to be forced to purchase health insurance – or be penalized heavily by the federal government.

The good news is, you and I have an opportunity to stop ObamaCare in its tracks if H3101 passes.

But only if the subcommittee actually votes!

The bad news is, H3101 will die Wednesday if we don’t force the South Carolina House subcommittee to actually vote on it!

I’ve included the subcommittee members below with their telephone numbers.

Please call them today!

You see, they’ve scheduled another hearing for testimony on Wednesday, March 20th at 9:00 a.m. in room 110 of the Blatt building.

That, in and of itself, is not a problem.

But, if we let them, they’ll “listen to testimony” until the cows come home and never vote.

And if they never vote, the bill never becomes law.

It’s the same is if they voted “NO”!

The sponsor of H3101, Representative Bill Chumbly, has invited two special witnesses to testify at the subcommittee hearing, one of which is Walter E. Williams.

After they testify . . .  it’s time for the subcommittee to vote.

Any additional testimony will simply delay the vote and give the subcommittee members an excuse for not voting.

You see, ObamaCare would enact up to 20 new taxes, costing American taxpayers up to $500 BILLION over a ten-year period.

Not only that, but it will also impact every employer and employee in the U.S. – further constraining job creation and economic growth.

The truth is, the Employer Mandate within ObamaCare will force most companies to provide and pay for expensive government-determined health insurance for their employees or face federal fines.

But that’s not all.

Under ObamaCare’s “anti-conscience mandate,” religious institutions and organizations will be required to provide services to their employees that are contrary to their ethical and moral beliefs, like sterilization, contraceptives, and abortion-inducing drugs.

No matter what one’s beliefs are, the federal government shouldn’t be forcing any private institution or religious organization to perform duties that run contrary to their core values and beliefs.

It is vital that South Carolina stands up for its citizens and our rights.

It’s just not enough for politicians to SAY they oppose ObamaCare . . .  that doesn’t help us one little bit.  They must actually VOTE against it.

And H3101 is the only bill that will completely nullify ObamaCare.

I dare say that members of the subcommittee heard as much testimony as they need at the last hearing. . .  and I’d bet the farm that any additional testimony is not going to change their minds.

It’s time to have the vote, and hold them accountable for it.

You see, they think they have the advantage if they don’t vote.  They think we can’t hold them accountable for not voting.

They are wrong!

Because you and I know that if they chose not to vote, we’ll treat it just the same as voting “NO”.

So please, call the members of the subcommittee and tell them that it is time to vote.

No more delays.

No more endless testimony.

Just a simple vote . . .  YES or NO.

Tell them that not voting will be treated the same as a “NO” vote.

It is critically important that you contact each member of the subcommittee and tell them these two things:

1. A vote must be taken Wednesday.  No more delays!

2. Vote for H3101, the real nullification bill.

Be polite, but leave no mistake in their mind that this is the most critical vote of their entire political career.

Bruce Bannister, Chairman (803) 734-3138
Tommy Pope (803) 212-6895
Rick Quinn (803) 212-6897
James Smith (803) 734-2997
Walt McLeod (803) 734-3276

Please call IMMEDIATELY.

Demand they VOTE and PASS H3101.

About Talbert Black

Talbert Black Jr is the founder of Palmetto Liberty PAC. His education in state politics & citizen lobbying began in 1999 with his membership in GrassRoots GunRights SC. In 2008 he joined the Campaign for Liberty and within a year he was the Interim State Coordinator for South Carolina. His goal for Palmetto Liberty PAC is to change to composition of South Carolina’s General Assembly so that it consistently supports conservative principles.

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