Hi, Congressman Wilson
I urge you to reverse your decision and vote NO on the health care bill. In the final analysis, this bill is about control, and who has control over health decisions. Having seen members of my family struggling with terminal illness, I know that health care is a serious issue. A decision is complicated enough when it's between a patient and their doctor. It's unnecessarily politicized when an impersonal committee is calling the shots. Along with many other Americans, I prefer to make my own health decisions. That's why I'm urging you to vote NO on this bill, and uphold personal freedom and responsibility.
Hi, Congressman Driehaus!
Please vote NO on the current health care legislation. I'm studying to be a doctor, and I want the field of medicine to continue improving. I'm convinced that the best way this can happen is by giving patients real choices in their health care. Health care isn't one-size-fits all, and the more options a person has, the better they can choose the option that best fits them. Thank you for your commitment to allowing people to choose the health care options that best fit their needs. Just as the field of technology has thrived in a competitive, customer-driven environment, I anticipate that healthcare can thrive just as much, if people are allowed the freedom to choose.
Hi, Congresswoman Giffords!
I urge you to vote NO on the healthcare bill currently before the congress. A person's health is one of the most private aspects of their lives. I'm currently studying to be a doctor, and I've been carefully instructed to follow HIPAA guidelines so that I won't compromise a patient's privacy. The more I come to understand about this bill, I believe that, if enacted, it will compromise a patient's privacy. A patient won't be free to make a decision about his/her health with the aid of a doctor; an impersonal board will enter into the intimate details, and have the final authority in the matter. Why should such a committee intrude on the individual decision of a patient in conversation with his/her doctor? If this area of a person's life is not private, then nothing is.
Hi, Congressman Barrow!
Thank you very much for taking a stand against the current healthcare legislation. I'm studying to be a doctor, and when I graduate, I want to give my patients personalized treatment. I want them to have true-blue decision making ability in their healthcare, because I can't think of an area in life that's less "one-size-fits all." Thank you again for your commitment to retool healthcare without endorsing a blanket government plan.
Hi, Congressman Adler
Thanks so much for standing firmly against the current healthcare legislation. I'm currently in medical school, and I've very interested in the outcome of this bill. One of the hallmarks of the nurses and doctors I know is that they care about people. That's their bottom line. I'm so thankful for your work in this critical hour to preserve their ability to help their patients without the intrusion of other agencies. The decision-making process in the hospital room is complicated enough without adding committee decisions to the mix! I'm looking forward to practicing medicine in a land where the freedom of patients and doctors is valued.
Thank you again,
Hi, Congressman Boccieri!
I urge you to vote NO on the healthcare bill before the congress. Much of the criticism of the current healthcare system focuses on the money-driven decision process of private insurance companies. But will the money-driven decision processes of a public agency be any more compassionate? The solution is to transfer the decision-making authority back into the hands of the patient, freeing them from third-party payers. The technology revolution happened because consumers were free to spend their money on the product that best fit their needs. A healthcare revolution can happen in the same way. Please consider this third option, and vote NO on this healthcare bill.
Hi, Congressman Baird!
Thank you for holding strong against the current healthcare legislation! You are an example to all of us, showing us there's no substitute for freedom of conscience. I'm currently in medical school, and I've been watching this bill with interest for several months. I am very thankful for your commitment to finding the best option for Americans. I'm convinced that a healthcare revolution can happen in the same way that the technological revolution happened: that it will be driven forward as people freely spend their money on those options that best fit their needs. Health is one of the most private aspects of each one of our lives, and I look forward to practicing medicine in a country that upholds the freedom of each person to make personalized decisions about their own care, secure from the intrusion of any impersonal committee.