Zombie repeal: Tweet at a key senator

Jack Shapiro, OFA
2017-07-20 14:20:20
Friend -- We've been organizing to stop the repeal of Obamacare for months -- from hosting events, to making phone calls, to visiting with our elected officials. Earlier this week, it paid off as senators began announcing that they could not support Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's disastrous "repeal and replace" bill. It was a big victory, but Mitch McConnell is moving the goalposts again. In a last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare, he's been meeting with Senators on the fence about repeal, twisting arms and offering whatever he can to change their vote. Obamacare has survived every attempt at repeal so far, but McConnell won't take no for an answer. We have to stay vigilant. We need to let our representatives know that now is the time to work on a bipartisan solution and repeal is unacceptable. Tweet at a key senator right now to let them know: twitter.com/intent/tweet Mitch McConnell is out of good ideas. Millions losing care, whether it's 22 million or 32 million is not an option. Ending Medicaid is not an option. Leaving the poor, elderly, and sick behind is not an option. We started this fight knowing that if we showed how this law benefits real people -- how it's covering tens of millions more Americans, improving everyone's insurance, and establishing, once and for all, that health coverage is a right for everyone, not a privilege for people who can afford it -- that we would stop this crazy crusade for repeal. It's working, but it sure isn't over. Your voice matters. It's always mattered. But it matters now more than ever. Tweet: twitter.com/intent/tweet Thank you, Jack Jack Shapiro Director of Policy and Campaigns Organizing for Action
We've organized against the repeal of Obamacare for months, but Mitch McConnell isn't relenting.
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Friend --

We've been organizing to stop the repeal of Obamacare for months -- from hosting events, to making phone calls, to visiting with our elected officials.

Earlier this week, it paid off as senators began announcing that they could not support Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's disastrous "repeal and replace" bill.

It was a big victory, but Mitch McConnell is moving the goalposts again. In a last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare, he's been meeting with senators on the fence about repeal, twisting arms and offering whatever he can to change their vote.

Obamacare has survived every attempt at repeal so far, but McConnell won't take no for an answer.

We have to stay vigilant. We need to let our representatives know that now is the time to work on a bipartisan solution and repeal is unacceptable.

Tweet at a key senator right now to let them know:

Tweet

Mitch McConnell is out of good ideas. Millions losing care, whether it's 22 million or 32 million, is not an option. Ending Medicaid is not an option. Leaving the poor, elderly, and sick behind is not an option.

We started this fight knowing that if we showed how this law benefits real people -- how it's covering tens of millions more Americans, improving everyone's insurance, and establishing, once and for all, that health coverage is a right for everyone, not a privilege for people who can afford it -- that we would stop this crazy crusade for repeal.

It's working, but it sure isn't over.

Your voice matters. It's always mattered. But it matters now more than ever.

Tweet


Thank you,

Jack

Jack Shapiro
Director of Policy and Campaigns
Organizing for Action

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