Americans for Responsible Health Care to Launch Nationwide Petition Drive to Support Repeal of New National Health Care Program

-- Public can sign petition online at www.americansfrhc.org --

WASHINGTON, March 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Americans for Responsible Health Care announced today that it is launching a nationwide campaign to collect ten million signatures of Americans determined to repeal, reform and replace the new government controlled national health care program that was enacted despite the public's overwhelming opposition.

Americans for Responsible Health Care Spokesman Jeff Cohen said:

"The American people are appalled that the Obama Administration, 219 Democrats in the House of Representatives, and 56 Democrats in the United States Senate flagrantly disregarded the overwhelming will of the people and enacted a government controlled national health care system.

"Despite strong, consistent and vocal opposition from millions and millions of Americans from every part of the country and every walk of life, the leaders we entrusted to protect our Constitution turned their backs on the people and our rights and instead voted with Washington's liberal elite ruling class. This cannot stand.

"Americans for Responsible Health Care is launching a nationwide campaign to collect ten million signatures from Americans who want to repeal this onerous government takeover of health care.

"Starting today, the public can join this effort by signing an online petition at www.americansfrhc.org to repeal and replace ObamaCare with responsible reforms our healthcare system needs and that the American people want."

Earlier this year Americans for Responsible Health Care conducted a successful independent expenditure in January's Massachusetts special election on behalf of U.S. Senator Scott Brown. That was followed by a series of print, radio and direct mail advertising campaigns targeting over one dozen Senators and Members of Congress around the country.

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SOURCE Americans for Responsible Health Care

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