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States that are more likely to be willing to fight the Obamacare.Tax.

Gov. Rick Scott: We are not going to implement Obamacare in Florida

States that are more likely to be willing to fight the Obamacare.Tax.

Florida Governor Rick Scott tells Greta Van Susteran that Florida will NOT participate in Obamacare.

“Florida is not going to implement Obamacare. We are not going to expand Medicaid and we’re not going to implement exchanges.”, says Governor Scott.

Governor Scott now joins many other Republican Governors in rejecting the Mandate/Tax that IS Obamacare. I’m still trying to find a tally of the number of states that say they will refuse to comply.

http://nation.foxnews.com/rick-scott/2012/07/01/florida-governor-we-will-not-implement-obamacare

Contact your reps today! Let them know you don’t want ObamaCare in your state: http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

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5 Comments on “Gov. Rick Scott: We are not going to implement Obamacare in Florida”

  1. Karen cronin July 1, 2012 at 11:11 pm #

    We don’t want it in Washington State either but we have a Democrat Governor and she goes along with whatever Obama does. She has put our Stae in debt!

  2. Pat Needler July 2, 2012 at 2:48 am #

    Everyone has heard how broke the state of Illinois is, along with all the criminal governors that have served terms here, and are currently serving time in prisons. Our Democratic Governor is making cuts throughout the state, such as Medicaid, etc. We can’t make ends meet now. Well, with our governor being a democrat, I’m sure he will follow Obama, too. I hate to even think what will happen. I will be contacting our reps tomorrow. I feel I’ve got to at least try!!

  3. Paula Helton July 2, 2012 at 2:11 pm #

    A Tea Party Coalition, Working for Individual Freedom

    FL ALLIANCE THANKS GOVERNOR SCOTT

    On Friday, June 29, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced he will not move forward in implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Florida.

    We, the undersigned grassroots leaders of the Florida Alliance, thank the Governor for protecting the citizens of Florida against the massive tax increases inherent in this legislation.

    The Governor has exhibited great courage in standing up to the Federal Government’s massive intrusion into the lives of the citizens of the State of Florida.

    Well done Governor Scott!

    Paula Helton, Gainesville Tea Party
    Billie Tucker, Big Voices Media
    Jason Hoyt, Liberty Restoration Foundation
    Tim Curtis, Tampa 912 Project
    Jesse Phillips, Restore Justice
    Clyde Fabretti, West Orlando Tea Party
    Elaine Laffey, Ft. Lauderdale Tea Party
    Carole MCManus, First Coast Tea Party
    David McKalip, M.D., Doctor Patient Medical Association
    Karin Hoffman, DC Works For Us
    Leanne King, First Coast Tea Party
    Don Forward, Titusville Patriots
    Pete Franco, South Pinellas 912
    Marian Rowe, Brevard 912
    Pat Wayman, Venice 912 Project
    Paula Schaff, Punta Gorda Tea Party
    Kathy Gibson, Eastern Orlando Tea Party
    Sid VanLandingham, South Lake 912 Tea Party
    Tina Woode, Seminole 912 Project
    Sharon Calvert, Tampa Tea Party
    Maureen Arrigale, Nature Coast 912 Groups
    RoseAnn Bright, Nature Coast 912 Groups
    Nancy Meinhardt, Miami 912 Project
    Barb Haselden, Organizer, South Pinellas 912
    Peter Lee, East Side Tea Party
    Marty Hughes, American Citizen League
    Stacy Snow Feiler, Tampa Tea Party

  4. Tommy Boy Reckids August 26, 2012 at 1:48 am #

    This is the first time I have hired a DJ for an event and I don’t want to make a mistake! I live in florida so I have lots of options and the prices range so much, I have no idea what to do? How do I know I’m dealing with a good DJ? How do I evaluate whether he or she is right for my event? And how much is too much to pay, no matter what the services they offer? (Insight on other stuff, such as whether add-ons like a “light show” are worth it or rip-offs, is appreciated.)

  5. Tommy Boy Reckids August 28, 2012 at 2:21 am #

    Disc Jockey sound and lighting for special event.

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