Conservatives should follow Senator Jim DeMint’s suggestion (as I posted here yesterday) and add their names for ObamaCare repeal.
The latest Organizing for America letter says that the OFA progressives can add their names to the healthcare bill. This is very helpful in several ways. When I see a seemingly astroturfed letter to the editor again, I’ll check it against this list.
By the way–is it legal to advertise that anyone (not a member of Congress) is a “co-signer” of federal legislation?
President Barack Obama will soon sign comprehensive health care reform into law. A century-long fight will finally be won.
As the President wrote last night, it was you who made this improbable victory possible. It was volunteers knocking on doors, talking to neighbors, and proving once again that Americans, standing together, can change the course of a nation.
Supporters like us now have a chance to add our names as “Co-signers” of this historic legislation — adding our names next to President Obama’s to show our pride in helping to bring about this great achievement.
Organizing for America will establish a permanent archive with all the signatures, so that generations to come will have a record of those who stood together in this moment and won this fight for our future. And I will personally present all the names we collect to the President. Will you add your name?
This is the most significant domestic achievement in decades. And this movement of Americans, committed to improving their country, made it possible.
We turned out for that first cold morning in Springfield, for the canvasses in New Hampshire, for the phone banks in Iowa. We kept fighting when no one gave us a chance and the cynics told us we were clinging to a false hope.
We organized for health reform. We spread the facts on doorsteps, in town halls, and through millions of conversations. Your voice rang through the halls of Congress and filled the pages of local newspapers.
It took many months and tremendous resolve, but we built a national network of support so strong that when the deceptive attack ads choked the airwaves and the pundits declared our effort defeated — we had what it took to fight our way back.
And we won: the toughest insurance regulations in history, affordable coverage for 32 million without it, relief from skyrocketing costs for small business owners and from rising deficits for our children.
That’s the story of how change really happens. And now, hundreds of millions will have better lives because of it.
It’s rare to be part of something so meaningful that will help change the course of history. But you are.
Please consider adding your name as co-signer today to commemorate your efforts: