From Working Families PA, a fun action tomorrow:
LANGHORNE- Following what has been deemed a “theatrical” House vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Bucks County residents will call on Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick to stop wasting time and taxpayer dollars, respect the Supreme Court’s decision and move forward with creating jobs. On Wednesday, July 11 at 11:30am constituents will file into Rep. Fitzpatrick’s Langhorne office with a dozen roses and a personalized Playbill in honor of their congressman’s theatrical performance in voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Who: Pennsylvania Working Families, Penn Action
What: Bucks County Needs Jobs, Not Political Theater Event
When: Wednesday, July 11 at 11:30am
Where: Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick’s office, 1717 Langhorne Newtown Rd #400, Langhorne, PA
More: Following a landmark Supreme Court decision, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote for the 31st time on Tuesday to repeal the health care law, knowing the vote will be blocked by the Senate and the President.
“This health care vote is going nowhere and Congressman Fitzpatrick knows that. If Congressman Fitzpatrick wants to do theater, he should audition at Bristol Riverside. If he wants to help get our economy back on track, he should support the Bring Our Jobs Home Act to stop outsourcing in our community,” said Mark McClain of Bristol.
The group will also deliver hundreds of petition signatures in support of the Bring Our Jobs Home Act, which will stop tax breaks for corporations that outsource American jobs to other countries.
“Every moment that Rep. Fitzpatrick wastes with this Washington non-sense is a moment we could be getting serious about getting more Americans back to work, increasing the minimum wage and ending the Bush Tax Cuts for the wealthy,” added McClain.