Saturday, December 19, 2009

Sen. Ben Nelson Caves on Healthcare - 1am Vote Scheduled for Monday Morning!

Well folks, Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) has finally caved under pressure from the pro-abortion lobby in Congress and has agreed to sign on to the massive death-funding so-called "healthcare" bill in the Senate, giving them the necessary 60th vote to end debate. Our LAST CHANCE to stop this is NOW!!

Please call Senators Carper and Kaufman immediately! Urge them to vote NO ON CLOTURE, which will end debate on this bill. The cloture vote on this power grab is expected to take place at 1am on Sunday night/Monday morning...just another example of how Congress is attempting to sneak this bill in under our noses! That's why a phone call is necessary -- by Monday morning it will be too late! DON'T LET IT HAPPEN! SHOW CONGRESS WE'RE PAYING ATTENTION!!

Take Action
1. Call Senator Carper
Washington: (202) 224-2441
Wilmington: (302) 573-6291

2. Call Senator Kaufman
Washington: (202) 224-5042
Wilmington: (302) 573-6345

I don't know yet which offices are open over the weekend, but most likely only the Washington offices, so please call those first! If you live outside of Delaware, call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121 to find your senator.

This is it! If this passes, our tax dollars WILL fund abortion on demand!! We need all of you to call to make a difference!

PLEASE BE AWARE: There will NOT be a conference committee to further drag out the deliberation process on this health care bill. If the Senate musters together the necessary 60 votes to invoke cloture to proceed to final passage, this will be the last sig nificant vote on health care your Senators will make, so this is the vote that counts. Final passage requires only a simple majority, so NO votes on final passage are next to irrelevant. CLOTURE is the vote that matters. If it passes, Reid will then take the Senate bill to Nancy Pelosi and say, "Here is the bill, vote on it now, do not allow any amendments." This will facilitate the bill reaching the President's desk before the New Year.


Nicole Collins