Let our sister Indivisible districts’ Congressmen know that their votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act was the “nail in their coffins” for their re-elections in 2018.
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“You Suck” Rally and Die-In @ Congressman Steve Knight’s Office
When: Monday, May 8th, 4p to 6p,
Where: 26415 Carl Boyer Drive Ste 220, Santa Clarita
RSVP and more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/304915903254720/
Great Knight Drama and Die-in
When: Tuesday, May 9th, 5p to 6p,
Where: 1445 E. Los Angeles Ave. Simi Valley
RSVP and more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1239613946143028/
Repeal and Replace Royce
When: Wednesday, May 10th, 6p to 8p,
Where: 210 W Birch St Brea, CA 92821
RSVP and more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1936008306633930/
Let’s support our sister Indivisible groups and gather for a rally and die-in to express our anger regarding all the people in our district who will lose coverage under the new plan.
Savage votes demand a visceral response. Bring tombstone style signs with your message if you want to participate in the die-in. Also, folks in vampire costume (representing Congressional cronies who suck the most vulnerable members of our community dry) are needed.
Zombies are welcome too, because this bill was dead on arrival. We do not buy the story about what a good guy he is for adding $8 billion dollars to a pre-existing conditions pool.
The President of the American Medical Association told the New York Times on May 5, 2017 that the $8 billion dollar pool is woefully inadequate.
“The bill passed by the House today will result in millions of Americans losing access to quality, affordable health insurance and those with pre-existing health conditions face the possibility of going back to the time when insurers could charge them premiums that made access to coverage out of the question,” said American Medical Association (AMA) President Andrew Gurman.
Let’s let them know that with this vote today their seats will be up for grabs in 2018.