In a telephone town hall yesterday, Senator Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) said:
"The Constitution doesn’t grant a right to health care, and most of us are living as much by the Constitution as we can. It also doesn’t give the federal government the authority to deal with health care. As you may know, the 10th amendment, it says if it isn’t mentioned in the Constitution to be done by the federal government, it’s left to the states or the people. […]"
Okay, well I dealt with this before. But, for a lark, let's play in her ballpark okay?
Call Virginia Foxx's office – (336) 778-0211 — and tell her you agree with her and we should therefore end Medicare and the Veteran's Administration.
Oh, yeah, she also said this:
"I think one of the problems we have in this country right now is the fact that the federal government is trying to do too much. We need to leave things to the states and the localities. … And unfortunately, we are distracting ourselves from looking after the defense of this nation because we are dealing with issues that should, by right, be the state and individual’s."
You can also tell Senator Rep. Foxx that you agree with her on that too. Government shouldn't be meddling with medical issues that belong to individuals. That's why you want her never ever to support bans on abortions.
P.S. Virginia Foxx is the one who called Matthew Shepard's murder an "unfortunate incident" which occurred during a robbery.