Friday, January 20, 2012

Arkansas Democratic State Legislators Supporting Obamacare - Sign Amicus Brief To Supreme

Editor's note: It took only one Judas goat - former Senator Blanche Lincoln - to push Obamacare to the floor of the US Senate where it could be passed. Arkansas voters sent her packing for this and other shameful acts. But the unConstitutional Obamacare bill was passed. Now the below mentioned three liberal Arkansas Judas goats  have filed an amicus brief supporting ObamaCare in they will attempt to persuade the Supreme Court that they are speaking for the  majority of Arkansans and thus Arkansas support Obamacare. Lies, Deceit and Deception. Since Liberal Gov. Beebe supports Obamacare and wants Arkansas to be the first state to implement it, where is his name on this brief?

Talk is deadly when liberals file briefs and tell tales.  We need action by conservative elected officials right now to in large numbers to file briefs and to speak before the Supreme Court for Arkansas.  Then in the May primaries and November elections we need Arkansas voters to select Arkansas conservative patriots and to remove these liberal progressive democrats who continue smile and smirk while they pursue actions that will steal our money and our rights to property, and destroy freedom, liberty and choice for us and future generations of Arkansans.

Roebuck, Webb & Elliot Join Fight to Implement the President’s Health Care Law in Arkansas
Little Rock, Ark. – Republican Party of Arkansas Communications Director Katherine Vasilos yesterday issued the following statement in response to Democratic House Majority Leader Johnnie Roebuck, Joint Budget Committee Co-Chair Rep. Kathy Webb and former Congressional Candidate Sen. Joyce Elliot’s signing of an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court of the United States which states that they believe Obamacare is constitutional and they “are working hard in their States to implement the Act in a timely, efficient, and effective manner”:“Do Democratic members of the General Assembly agree with their party leaders? By joining the Supreme Court brief, Majority Leader Roebuck is speaking for every Democratic member of the state House. It’s clear legislative Democrats are out of touch and are taking Leader Roebuck’s direction seriously to actively work to implement Obamacare in Arkansas. Just today, 28 Democratic legislators on the Arkansas Legislative Council voted in favor of a $462,000 federal grant to move forward with preparing our state to implement Obamacare.

“We now know why Democratic Attorney General Dustin McDaniel refused to stand up for the majority of Arkansans and join a nationwide effort to fight Obamacare – his Democratic allies in the General Assembly are standing with President Obama, not the people of Arkansas.”

Arkansas Democrats Argue Constitutionality of Obamacare in Supreme Court Brief
“Amici Curiae, a group of 518 State Legislators from all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, believe that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“the Act”) is constitutional and are working hard in their States to implement the Act in a timely, efficient, and effective manner. They have a substantial interest in having this matter resolved expeditiously and in favor of the constitutionality of the Act.” (Source: Supreme Court Brief – US Department of Health Human Services v Florida

28 Democratic Legislators Vote in Favor of Obamacare Grant
Twenty eight Democratic legislators on the Arkansas Legislative Council voted in favor of a $462,000 federal grant to move forward with preparing the state of Arkansas for a federal health insurance exchange. (Arkansas Legislative Council, Roll Call Vote: 28 Yes, 8 No, 1/20/12)

AG McDaniel Calls Obamacare Suit “Frivolous,” Says SCOTUS Will Uphold
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel’s Office: “It is our belief that any such lawsuit would be frivolous and would have more to do with politics than law.” (“Health care bill: Ark AG will not sue if health care bill is signed,” KTHV, 3/10/

“McDaniel said he believes the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold the law, but if it rules otherwise, he will work to ensure that Arkansas complies with the ruling.” (John Lyon, “McDaniel to Darr: State won’t sue over health care law,” Arkansas News Bureau, 12/17/10)

Tags: Arkansas, democrats, support Obamacare, amicus brief, SCOTUS

1 comment:

Brett Keen said...

Already signed the Liberty Council suit Last year and Judicial Watch ...I get to sign another one now?...WOOHOO, AIN'T I GOIN TO BE ON THE WATCH LIST NOW...YEEAAA BAABYY!!!