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Monday, December 21, 2009

Bayh Sells Hoosiers Out

Good Evening Fort Wayne,  

I thought I would pass on a note I received this afternoon from my friends over at the Hoosier Patriots.org which tells you what I have been telling you all along....Bayh just does not get it.  It is time for hoosiers to say Birch who and Evan who???  Indiana has turned blue and suffered enough under Bayh and when you read how his heart bleeds for all the illegals that can sneak across the border and for the so-called "victims" in our society whom the democrats have trained to put their hands out generation after generation.....

Evan Bayh's version of some sorry assed social gospel flies in the face of those wise words "....if a man will not work, he should not eat."  

Hey people, check out our organization on the web and consider contacting those people at the numbers given for Hoosier Patriots.Org.   You won't regret it...snap out of your political apathy and take charge of your future and the future of your descendents for generations to come...right now it looks like their futures are in hock....

To Patriots:
Not only did Indiana Senator Bayh essentially vote for the Senate version of the health care bill, setting up a final vote on the bill, he was the primary cheerleader ignoring Indiana patriots! He is encouraging movement of the bill for PARTISAN reasons, and, in fact, was singularly responsible for bringing Dems together. (See the dispatch below from "Roll Call").


"Roll Call : "Democrats said the turning point came during a Tuesday afternoon meeting at the White House. President Barack Obama had called the

meeting after Sen. Joe Lieberman (ID-Conn.) threatened to torpedo the health care bill over its expansion of Medicare. ... But then Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) ? a moderate and an initial holdout on the health care measure ? gave what many described as a rousing speech, arguing that Democrats could not afford to let the reform effort collapse in the face of Republican attacks. One Senate Democratic aide said Bayh made clear that 'if we don?t [pass a bill] the only ones who win are Republicans, and [Bayh] doesn?t want to see that happen.' Bayh?s speech seemed to crystallize the situation for Democrats and helped them refocus their energy away from intraparty disputes and onto the GOP and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)" (Stanton, 12/21)."



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