Is health care reform part of UN Agenda 21? Yes, absolutely.
The Supreme Court has docketed the case of Purpura v. Sebelius as docket number 11-7275. This case affects every man, woman and child in the Republic. It identifies 19 specific violations of the US Constitution by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and how the harm of each violation affects each and every person specifically. Real, imminent harm that will occur and already is occurring. Get involved.
1. Write a letter to the Supreme Court Requesting they hear each of the 15 points and 19 violations in this case.
The Honorable (name of Justice here)
United States Supreme Court
One First Street, N.E.
Re: Purpura v. Sebelius, Docket # 11-7275
Dear (Madam, Mr. Or Chief) Justice < name >,
As a United States citizen who would be adversely affected by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, I respectfully request you hear the subject case, addressing fully each of the 15 points and 19 violations of the law. This case is extremely important to Constitutional interpretation and will set precedent for other law. The case sets forth argument that real, imminent harm already is occurring and will continue to occur until the violations of the law are stopped. Again, I respectfully request you hear the subject case in its entirety, point by point.
< name >
2. Read more: Here is information about the lawsuit and SCOTUS action. Please send to all on your lists.
Examiner article (one in a series):
Purpura v. Sebelius lauwsuit - description consisting of 15 separate constitutional violations. The actual lawsuit is attached.
Bayshore Tea Party article:
Friday, November 18, 2011
CALL TO ACTION: Fight Agenda 21 health care reform: Write SCOTUS re hearing of Obamacare
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