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 21 
 on: February 24, 2010, 08:34:15 AM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by muncyweb
Thanks Pam.

I replied to your comment about Obama care and posted it in a new topic so we wouldn't get this topic cluttered. Find my response here:
http://carolinaliberty.com/forum/index.php?topic=25.0

 22 
 on: February 24, 2010, 08:29:46 AM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by muncyweb
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On a different subject did you see the post on the main 912 web site where they are saying that Obama care was pretty much passed in the stimulus bill?  They said what he is talking about now is the third rail of the bill.  I'm not sure if it is true but they have a Doctor reporting this.  She said it was in a prior bill that no one bothered to read. -pamassetmgr

Pam, I hadn't heard about them sneaking it in like that, but not too many things surprise me anymore. I want to find unlicensed doctors who will stand up for right and remain affordable for their community, not requiring extensive insurance coverage for every little thing. And if a service is impractically unaffordable, why not have doctors create their own payment plans for their own patients? Car dealerships do it. Why not doctors?

We need doctors who will cease promotion of pharmaceuticals in exchange for more natural remedies and (oh my) actual common sense methods of illness prevention and remedy. We should choose our doctors and health caregivers by way of good, independent client testimonials, not by way of licensing from an unlawful and corrupted state. Create our own review system for doctors. Put them back on the level of the rest of the marketable business community. If they want to make more money, it should be decided by how much their patients are willing to pay -- just like the rest of us business owners. If I want to find a good doctor, I should look to their patients for reviews, not to the state for their license. Who better to judge their skill and know-how than people who have actually received their services?

I get so enraged about the healthcare debate because I think people need to stand for freedom and choice and make up their own system. America used to be so creative, ingenious and inventive. But it seems that lately our only creativeness is in how many methods we can come up with to "coax" or "beg" our "leaders" into letting us have what we want. Asserting our rights would be that we find (and perhaps some of us should BE..) doctors who are willing to sacrifice a garage full of Mercedes, and instead begin helping a community who will refuse to be part of a bloated system of excessive law suits, malpractice insurance, and unlawful state fees and mandates which are born out of a ill-conceived notion that doctors are "gods" who can perform "miracles".

Do what we want under God's laws, asserting our rights and doing right no matter what. And when the state comes to shut us down, we will challenge their treasonous acts as lawful state citizens, just as we should with ANY violation of our rights. If they can PROVE to us that they have jurisdiction to do what they are doing, then perhaps we will obey. But until then, we will live free or die.

 23 
 on: February 23, 2010, 10:18:12 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by pamassetmgr
Hi Cliff,

I will call him tomorrow and find out all the specifics and post it back here.

On a different subject did you see the post on the main 912 web site where they are saying that Obama care was pretty much passed in the stimulus bill?  They said what he is talking about now is the third rail of the bill.  I'm not sure if it is true but they have a Doctor reporting this.  She said it was in a prior bill that no one bothered to read.

 24 
 on: February 23, 2010, 01:56:24 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by muncyweb
Jerry, the Foothills Times is a magazine. King has a paper as well, but I don't think it's even as popular as these magazines. I believe because of King's size a couple of flyer canvassing events might be helpful as well.

As for what time, I do remember one of the first extremely successful tea parties I attended was in Winston Salem and was promoted and started in part by the guys at NCTeaParty.com. That one was from 12-2:00 PM in the middle of a work week. So surely on a Saturday, we can really get some serious numbers to come out. How about 12 to 2?

Pam, could you call your contact at the Foothill Times and see how many inserts we would need in order to have them go out to everyone within the King city limits, and what the costs for that would be? Maybe compare this with how many magazines they distribute total? Find out if they would recommend an insert or an actual ad. Mention that we have volunteers that can help put the inserts into the magazines too if that will help the cost.

 25 
 on: February 22, 2010, 09:52:22 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by forgivensk8
March 27th sounds good to me. What time are you guys thinking about? Also do people still read the paper?

 26 
 on: February 22, 2010, 04:57:26 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by pamassetmgr
Hello,

I just got back into town.  I will check my schedule for the 27th.  Even if I have something planned that day I am sure the 912 group will support it and be there.  Please let me know the location and time and I will post it and get the word out to eveyone I know.  I have a contact at the Foothill Times, let me know if you want me to get prices.  I know the last time I talked to him about a flyer insert he said it was 8 cents per flyer.  I'll be happy to help in any way I can.

Pam

 27 
 on: February 22, 2010, 03:55:23 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by muncyweb
Emailing to Les Creech:
Les, as per our meeting in King back a few weeks ago, have you checked with the Foothills Times to get some advertising prices? I found another local magazine which we may also want to use, called Yadkin Valley Living (http://www.yadkinvalleyliving.com/). You may want to check their prices as well. It's distributed throughout King as well.

 28 
 on: February 22, 2010, 03:50:24 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by muncyweb
David, March 27th sounds good to me. Any opposition??

 29 
 on: February 22, 2010, 03:22:13 PM 
Started by muncyweb - Last post by david
I suggest we pick March 27th and start planning now.

David DeGerolamo

 30 
 on: February 22, 2010, 12:54:26 PM 
Started by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum - Last post by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum
Transylvania County Republicans overwhelmingly professed support for congressional candidate Dr. Dan Eichenbaum following a candidate forum hosted by the Transylvania County Republican Party Saturday night.

BREVARD, NC - Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, a practicing ophthalmologist and congressional candidate from Murphy, NC, scored another landslide victory in a straw poll conducted immediately following a candidate forum Saturday night in Transylvania County.  The candidate forum and straw poll were hosted by the Transylvania County Republican Party and were held in conjunction with the Transylvania County GOP’s annual “Lincoln Day Dinner” at Brevard Middle School.

Other forum participants included candidates Jeff Miller and Greg Newman of Hendersonville, Kenny West of Hayesville, and Ed Krause of Marion.  Candidates Jake Howard of Macon County and Dan Ostergaard of Asheville were in abstention. 

Although the audience was comprised of voters from throughout the 11th District, voting in the straw poll was limited to registered voters of Transylvania County.

Straw poll results:
Dr. Dan Eichenbaum - 36
Kenny West – 7
Greg Newman – 6
Jeff Miller – 4
Ed Krause – 1

These results make Dr. Dan Eichenbaum the winner of every post-debate straw poll conducted thus far. Dr Dan’s previous straw poll victories were in forums hosted by the Buncombe County GOP on December 7th and another hosted by the Cherokee County 9/12 Project on February 1.

The next scheduled congressional candidate forum will be at AB Tech Community College  on March 5th at 6:30 pm and is hosted by the Asheville TEA Party. A straw poll of audience members will be conducted immediately following.

Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, an Ophthalmologist residing in Murphy, is a Constitutional Republican who is standing for election to congress in North Carolina’s 11th district.  As a founding member of the Cherokee County 9-12 Project and Tea Party participant, Dr. Dan is the true grassroots candidate in the 11th district.

FOR FULL ARTICLE SEE:
http://thunderpigblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/eichenbaum-wins-another-straw-poll.htmlo

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