“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Monday, December 21, 2009

Statement of Governor Sonny Perdue Regarding the Senate Health Care Bill

Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue issued the following statement today regarding the latest version of the U.S. Senate’s health care reform legislation.

“I am utterly dismayed and disappointed by the vote buying that has occurred in the United States Senate in order to pass a measure that most citizens are against. If this reform was truly the right policy for our country, we wouldn’t see waffling Senators lining up like game show contestants hoping to win today’s jackpot of a special deal from Harry Reid. This bill places an unsustainable burden on the backs of Georgia’s taxpayers, and will lead to either higher state taxes or massive cuts to basic state services in years to come. I join Governors from around the country of both parties in asking our Representatives and Senators to listen to the public outrage against this bill and stop this mistake before it occurs.”


Brad K. said...

So, how does Georgia recall or impeach, or disavow a sitting US Senator?

Anonymous said...

Will Georgia join the other states in an attempt to nullify the health care bill once it becomes law? It's really being shown to be quite unconstitutional.