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Friday, August 28, 2009

Volunteers Needed to Make Phone Calls!

Volunteers Needed to Call Some Doctors!
What: The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) and Tea Party Patriots have organized a Doctor’s Rally on September 10, in Washington D.C. This rally will take place two days before the big taxpayer march on September 12. They need to get the word out to doctors and they are desperate for people who can make some phone calls in the next couple of days! They need to call over 400 physicians in Washington State. If you have any time at all, please consider helping out.
Contact: If you want to volunteer, please email Kathryn Serkes at kathryn@takebackmedicine.com, and put “Volunteer to call WA Docs” in the subject line. You can check out the AAPS’s website here for more information about how they are fighting against this legislation, and fighting for doctors and patients.

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons is fighting the health care reform battle

We also note that the White House is now being sued for suppression of free speech over their attempt to silence critics with the fishy and illegal  flag@whitehouse.gov data collection program-

CONTACT: Kathryn Serkes, AAPS
serkes@att.net
http://www.AAPSonline.org

August 27, 2009
Embargoed until 11 am:

WHITE HOUSE SUED OVER FREE SPEECH VIOLATIONS in healthcare battle: Doctor & patient groups say White House intended to shut up opponents

Washington DC — The Office of the President and other White House officials are defendants in a free speech lawsuit filed by a prominent physician group, and a non-profit advocate for inner-city poor.

The White House has “unlawfully collected information on political speech,” thereby illegally using the power of the White House to chill opposition to its plans for health care reform, according to the complaint filed in District Court for the District of Columbia, by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) and the Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) .

The lawsuit was prompted by the White House solicitation for the public to report any “fishy” comments to ‘flag@whitehouse.gov.’ Although the White House slightly revised its data collection procedure last week, the email address still exists, the illegal activity continues, and is part of an “unlawful pattern and practice to collect and maintain information” on the exercise of free speech, which “continues in violation of the Privacy Act and First Amendment even if the Defendants terminate a particular information-collection component due to negative publicity.”

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