Delaware Tea Party Becomes Voice in Health Care Reform

Posted: 06/13/2009 by that's Elbert in georgetown, health care
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Thursday, June 12, 2009

Chris Shirey
Delaware Tea Party Coalition
State Coordinator
302 W 8th Street
Laurel, Delaware 19956
302 875-5489

Delaware Tea Party Becomes Voice in Health Care Reform

Delaware once again planning Tea Parties in all three Counties.

April 15th marks the day when over 2000 Delawareans added their voices to over 1 million voices in every state in this Country. The cry then was to stop the reckless spending. These voices will once again unite in Delaware stating, not only spot the reckless spending, but present a health care reform plan that will actually solve the health care problems facing our Country. The Delaware voice’s will not be alone. Tea Parties are scheduled all over our Country once again over the July 4th week demanding the same thing.

The citizens that gather under the name of the Tea Party have always said we support wise spending. We know we have problems in our Country. We just do not think the current Congress is offering any real solutions. We also feel our Constitution is being tossed to the wind, our freedoms are being infringed upon, and the dept resulting from all of this will cripple our Country.

The pattern continues with the proposed health care legislation. It offers many features that we all might be enticed to support, but it also sets up the system to control its citizens, ration health care, and will not provide what we all dream of: a health care system that will actually work for our citizens.

On July 2nd, the Delaware Tea Party calls to everyone to join us in front of our U.S. Congressmen’s Offices to demand health care reform that actually puts the patient first over everyone else. We will be meeting to call for legislation that will keep the medical decisions between the Doctor and the Patient. We will call for legislation that does not give an advantage to the government, the insurance companies, or the pharmaceutical companies. We will call for health care to no longer be a big business. We will call for health care choices to be placed in the hands of the patients, guided by their physicians, and tools provided to make this happened. We will call for legislation that will not cause our children to pay for our mistakes.

Now is the time to speak. Please come add your voice to ours. Please find a July 2nd Tea Parties near you and come show support. The Tea Party locations are:

The Circle in Georgetown from noon until 2 pm.

In front of the Federal Building, 300 South New Street, in Dover from noon until 3 pm.

Two locations in Wilmington, The sidewalk between 201 and 301 North Walnut Street, and sidewalk in front of 1105 N. Market St., from noon until 3 pm.

More information may be found on our website: or by email at


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