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CALLS IT A “HORRIFIC” AND COSTLY BUNGLE
by Kathleen Gotto
(Apr. 15, 2010) — Former New York Governor, George Pataki, announced the formation of Revere America, the goal of which is to promote “common sense public policies rooted in freedom and free markets.”
As his first order of business, Pataki plans to obtain 1,000,000 signatures “to repeal, reform and replace ObamaCare with the responsible reforms our healthcare system needs and that the American people want.”
Pataki sees the legislation as “a $500 billion burden” on American taxpayers, stating, “I can’t recall anything remotely like this in my lifetime.”
“We can’t just roll over and accept it as a fait accompi [sic]. That’s what I think the president, Pelosi and Reid thought would happen,” Pataki said. “We’re going to fight, mobilize and get this repealed.”
On Sunday, April 18, 2010, Pataki will be in Boston, MA to officially launch his effort to repeal the health care bill on the eve of the 235th anniversary of the “midnight ride of Paul Revere” which marked the beginning of the American Revolution, leading to independence from Great Britain. Following the rally in Boston, Pataki will fly to Lincoln, NE for another rally Monday morning.
Other efforts to repeal the health care bill have been launched by the American Center for Law and Justice, (ACLJ); the lawsuit and petition drive launched on April 8 by U.S. Congressional candidate Van Irion, which was reported at The Post & Email here; the case filed in Florida by a group of 13 state Attorneys General; and the separate case filed by the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
It would appear that Google or someone infiltrating its search engine is attempting to thwart the public’s ability to learn about Pataki’s new initiative, as almost every title which appears after asking for the search contains the “warning,” “This site may harm your computer.” Therefore, the research for this article was completed using the Ixquick search engine.