Welcome to the page for Repeal ObamaCare, a grass-roots campaign that started on Facebook on the eve of the worst health care law in U.S. history. Our premiere event, I Oppose ObamaCare, was a success, sparking a White House call for people to counter “I Like ObamaCare”.
Our premiere event, I Oppose ObamaCare, was a success, sparking a White House call for people to counter “I Like ObamaCare”. Repeal ObamaCare gained members and attention, activated people’s activism, started this Web site and, above all, our members declared themselves for themselves against this law on radio, newspapers, online, blogs, conservative media and social media.
Our second event I Oppose ObamaCare 3, is scheduled for March 23, 2013, the third anniversary of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—widely known as ObamaCare—recently upheld by the Supreme Court.
Here’s how it works. This coming March 23, each member/participant states his or her opposition, whether on our Facebook group/event wall, in a letter to the editor or op-ed, around the water cooler at work, or at the grocery store, drugstore, doctor’s office, Starbucks, family gathering or elsewhere, such as on Twitter and other media.Send an e-mail to your friends, your doctor, your insurance company, your pharmacist.
Write an op-ed, a letter to the editor, go on cable TV public access, talk radio, a podcast, or just talk to your friends, family and neighbors.
Find an opportunity to speak up and say “I Oppose ObamaCare.”
So, mark the calendar for next year – March 23, 2013 – when we rise up and say it again (which may unfortunately be necessary) only louder, with more passion and in greater numbers. And again and again until this law is killed.
Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@OpposeObamaCare), and use the hashtag #IOpposeObamaCare.
We aim to make ourselves heard with clear, concise and principled opposition to ObamaCare. Simply state in a few words or sentences why you oppose the law. Or say “I Oppose ObamaCare.” Also, our Facebook group has fine moderators – such as Mark, Rohit and Catherine – so please feel free to invite and encourage your friends, family and others to join the crusade against this law, which may influence the public, politicians and others.
We often hear people ask what one can do. Well, here’s what one can do. It’s not difficult. It’s not time-consuming. It’s not even an especially intellectual exercise, though it can be if you make it so. It’s a declaration – I Oppose ObamaCare – of opposition, renunciation and independence, on the date that marks the law’s creation. And it might feel good to express your thoughts, too.
Step up and do it. For your own sake.