The Conservative Caucus Chairman Peter J. Thomas today applauded Congress for listening to Americans and voting to repeal ObamaCare.

Speaking today from his home state of New Hampshire, he said “Today’s vote in the House of Representatives shows Congress has the votes and is serious about fully repealing ObamaCare in January; it is truly a citizens’ victory against a dangerous socialized medicine scheme.”

Thomas warned, “However Americans must be alert that beyond today’s symbolic vote, in January the special interests and liberal media will be on the attack, and heavy pressure will be targeted at moderate and liberal Republicans to sell out their voters and vote to save President Obama’s radical legislative agenda.”

The latest Rasmussen poll shows Americans want the law repealed by a wide margin; 53-41.

Thomas continued, “Today’s vote sends the bill to the Senate where it will be buried by the left-wing-controlled leadership; simply, we won’t be able to repeal it until we have a Senate more responsive to the American people.

Thomas concluded his statement, urging that “Americans should call their Senators and demand they repeal this socialized medicine law and enact true reforms.”

Mr. Thomas is available for interviews, and can provide details of possible conservative health reform bills. Bio:

The Conservative Caucus (TCC) is a grass roots public policy action organization, formed in 1974. It was active in opposing the passage of ObamaCare, defeating the SALT II Treaty, repealing the Catastrophic Coverage Act, blocking the Clinton health-care takeover, and having the U.S. House of Representatives impeach President Clinton.

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