SWING VOTES ON HEALTHCARE
By DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN
THESE ARE THE SWING HEALTHCARE VOTES!
We don’t believe that there is any chance of stopping Obama’s renewed push for his horrible healthcare changes in the Senate. Harry Reid is going to use the reconciliation procedure to jam it through with 51 votes — and he will get them. All the hype about how difficult it will be is to distract us from the real battle which will come in the House.
There, where every member faces re-election, it will be a lot harder for Pelosi to round up the vote she needs.
Last time she passed healthcare by 220-215. This time, it won’t be so easy.
The League of American voters has produced ads targeting these swing Congressmen and we urge you STRONGLY to CLICK HERE to send them money to help fund these ads.
But please do more. If you live in any of the states from which these swing Congressmen come, please call them. Let them know your opposition to healthcare changes. The phone for Congress is 202-224-3121. Here’s the list:
Vulnerable Democratic Congressmen Who Voted FOR Obamacare The First Time Around
These are the folks we need to pressure to switch their votes!
Harry Mitchell (Phoenix suburbs)
Gabrielle Giffords (Tucson)
Ann Kirkpatrick (most of rural Arizona, NE part of state)
California: Jerry McNerney (Stockton and Pleasanton)
Colorado: John Salazar (Pueblo)
Connecticut: Jim Hines (Fairfield County)
Florida: Alan Grayson (Orlando)
Illinois: Bill Foster (Dixon, Batavia, and Geneseo)
Indiana: Baron Hill (from Kentucky border up to Bloomington)
Mark Schauer (Branch, Calhoun, Eaton, Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee & Washtenaw counties)
Gary Peters (Oakland County)
Nevada: Dina Titus (Las Vegas)
New Hampshire: Carol Shea-Porter (Portsmouth, Manchester, Lakes Region)
Tim Bishop (Suffolk County)
John Hall (Northern Westchester)
Bill Owens (Plattsburgh up along Vermont border to Canada)
Mike Arcuri (Utica and south central NY)
Dan Maffei (Syracuse)
North Dakota: Earl Pomneroy (at large)
Steven Driehaus (Cincinnati west to Indiana border)
Mary Jo Kilroy (Columbus and west to Indiana border)
Zach Space (Dover, Zanesville, Chillicothe)
Kathy Dahlkemper (Erie)
Patrick Murphy (Bucks County)
Christopher Carney (NE Penn)
Paul Kanjorski (Scranton, Wilkes-Barre)
South Carolina: John Spratt (rural SC between Columbia and Charlotte)
Virginia: Tom Perriello (Charlottesville, Bedford, Timberlake, Martinsville & Danville)
Alan Mollohan (Wheeling, Morgantown)
Nick Rahall (Huntington)
Wisconsin: Steve Kagen (Green Bay)
North Carolina: Brad Miller NC 14: (202) 225-3032
Let’s get busy to save healthcare in America!