Open Letter to Congressman Ralph Hall – Why No Lawsuit Against the Deemer-in-Chief?

November 23, 2013

Honorable Ralph M. Hall
Congressional District-4 Office
104 N. San Jacinto St.
Rockwall, TX 75087-2508

Subject: Outlaw President overrides the Rule of Law


First and foremost, I am pleased you and all Republican lawmakers voted against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). This monstrous travesty that is ObamaCare is wholly a creature of liberal Democrats. It is my pleasure to thank you, again, for steadfastly opposing the Affordable Care Act and all its permutations.

I read in the Washington Post an article dated 22 November 2013, reporting how the Obama administration is changing open enrollment date from the month before midterm elections to after those elections. Obama’s intent is obviously a political ploy to protect Democrat incumbents up for reelection. Thankfully, Republican lawmakers appear to unanimously oppose this bit of trickery.

Is this not the time to use the Supreme Court for its intended purpose, which is the resolution of disputes? Our elected Republican representatives can’t resolve the dispute in the Senate. It’s time, I believe, for House leadership to move forward.

ObamaCare has already turned households into chaos. One local

Hunter lost his insurance due to ObamaCare
Hunter lost his insurance due to ObamaCare

example I offer is the denial of benefits to a family in nearby Gainesville, Texas where a “family is fighting for their children’s lives.”

Isn’t it time to go on the offensive, Congressman Hall?

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