Saturday, April 21, 2012

Ed Martin taking Stop Obamacare Ambulance across Missouri

Republican attorney general candidate Ed Martin is opting for the gimmick of taking an ambulance around the state protesting Obamacare and perpetuating his claim that his likely general election opponent, incumbent Chris Koster is "Obama's lawyer." The news release is printed below.

Today (Friday), Ed Martin takes his push to stop the implementation of Obamacare in Missouri to the next level.  The Ed Martin for Attorney General Campaign “Stop Obamacare” Ambulance will begin traveling around Missouri tomorrow morning to gather signatures for a petition to keep Obamacare out of Missouri.

The ambulance will make its first stop in West Plains Missouri and will be accompanied by former US Congressman Wendell Bailey.  From there, it will head to Poplar Bluff where Eddy Justice will be there to greet those who wish to sign the petition.  And Finally, the ambulance will stop in Dexter to meet Eheleen Montgomery for it's final stop of the day.

“We are inviting citizens from across the state to come out to the ‘Stop Obamacare’ Ambulance Tour and sign the petition to stop the implementation of Obamacare here in Missouri”, said Martin.  “The petition is meant to protect the rights of Missourians, something that Obama's Lawyer, Chris Koster, seems to have no interest in doing.  If the citizens of Missouri are to be sufficiently represented, Koster must be replaced with a tough, principled, fighter who will stand up for Missourians against Obamacare and corruption like what we've seen with Roger Wilson, Jay Nixon, the Missouri Democratic Party, and Chris Koster.”

The Ed Martin for Attorney General “Stop Obamacare” Ambulance will also travel to Charleton to ride in the Dogwood and Azaleas Festival Parade on Saturday morning before heading to Cape Girardeau at 3PM for Ed Martin’s Meet and Eat at Congresswoman JoAnn Emerson’s office.  All press are encouraged to visit the stops as conservatives line up to take back their health care.

No comments: