Community resident Clifford Warstler is worried. He’s worried for his “children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, [himself] , wife and [his] pocketbook” if H.R. 3200 passes, he said.
Among other things, H.R. 3200 “will discourage entrance into the health profession … cause loss of jobs and closure of facilities … lead to more illegal immigration … and allow complete government intrusion in all aspects of citizens lives, Warstler said.
To raise awareness and rally the support of the community, Warstler has organized a “Cap and Trade Health Care Fiasco Tea Party” at Dave’s Home Cooked Foods on 1855 S. Reynolds Rd. Tues. Sept. 1 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Warstler has lined up 10 concerned citizens to speak at the rally and warns: “If people don’t wake up and get involved, it’s going to be too late. If people don’t get involved now, there’s not going back.”