Tea Party First Effort to Oppose Obamacare in Kentucky a Success
Yesterday, Governor Beshear held his first (and apparently last) meeting on Obamacare implementation in Kentucky.
Two things were evident in the forum:
- that Obamacare is plainly unpopular; and
- that Beshear has already decided to embrace it.
Attendee Kathy Linzy put it this way:
"Clearly their eyes were glazing over when the folks at the mic asked questions," Linzy said. "The panel did say these were not the questions they were looking for. What they were looking for was info and ideas on how to implement the health care exchange."
David Adams has a full report here.
Adams concludes it with a call to action:
A single, simple demand is necessary. Conservatives and tea partiers should call Governor Beshear and demand that he return the $60 million in federal grant money Kentucky has received to implement an ObamaCare. His number is (502)564-2611. Further, please call your state Senator and Representative and demand that they publicly call on Beshear to send the money back and discontinue all efforts to create an ObamaCare health insurance exchange in Kentucky.
Today, Adams reports that Beshear learned that he doesn't want to discuss Obamacare in public anymore.
Governor Steve Beshear yesterday called a halt to what was to be a series of open-to-the-public meetings on ObamaCare implementation in Kentucky.
Let's keep it going!