Friday, April 16, 2010

PJTV: One man's journey to protest ObamaCare

Glenn and I caught up with Roger Kress, a 55-old-year old patriot who is walking 700 miles from Guntersville, Alabama to Washington D.C. to protest ObamaCare. He stopped in Knoxville and spoke with me about why he is not sitting on the sidelines while this administration turns to socialism, ignores the wishes of the people, and rejects the Constitution. He has a facebook page here on his 2010 Freedom Walk.

You can watch the interview here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

At a time when so manyh are without jobs, this man can leave his business (a coffe--not a tea--shop) and spend time walking to Washington, there to alert citizens that health care is illegal (don't we have courts to decide this?), and that the country belongs to we the people--yes: we the people have elections to decide who will represent us.
Our political leaders ignore the constitution, and tell us they are ignoring it, says Roger, though I do not recall any political figure so bold as to announce he or she ignores the constitution and knows it.
In sum: blah blah bla with no substance. Good exercise though, and a lovely interviewer.

5:31 PM, April 16, 2010  
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8:04 PM, April 17, 2010  
Blogger Unknown said...

Dr. Helen you are ridiculous. This health care bill is not illegal. It is about time the United States joined the rest of the world and fulfill its moral imperatives. We are being held behind by the naive.

8:05 PM, April 17, 2010  
Blogger Xiaoding said...

This health care bill is a disaster, a corrupt monstrosity, created by a traitorous party.

And we all deserve it, due to our failure to see after our poor, and help the sick. Our pig headedness, our refusal to deal with changing times and economic realites, have cost us dearly. Time and again, we had ample opportunity, to muster a better plan. But selfishness and ignorance won every fight. God has judged us for this, as a nation, and as a people.

7:16 PM, April 21, 2010  

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