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In case you missed this because you were paying attention to things of

actual importance:

The House Republicans voted for the 33rd time this week on whether we

should repeal or defund Obamacare.

That's 33 tallies for "killing" Obamacare, and zero for making sure

middle-class families don't see their taxes go up.

So I have a message for them, and I'm hoping you'll join me by adding your

name: "Guys, stop voting on Obamacare, and get back to

work."



They obviously can't stand the fact that they lost this fight. But dwelling

on it isn't going to get them anywhere the Senate won't vote on repeal,

and the President will veto anything like it.

There are so many things Republicans in Congress could be doing right now

to help create jobs starting with passing the President's bipartisan plan .

Join me and send the House Republicans a kind reminder to do their job:

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Thanks,

Julianna

Julianna Smoot

Deputy Campaign Manager

Obama for America

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Subject: Hey Republicans: Stop voting on Obamacare

From: Julianna Smoot, BarackObama.com <info@barackobama.com>

Sent: July 13, 2012, 5:00 a.m.






In case you missed this because you were paying attention to things of

actual importance:

The House Republicans voted for the 33rd time this week on whether we

should repeal or defund Obamacare.

That's 33 tallies for "killing" Obamacare, and zero for making sure

middle-class families don't see their taxes go up.

So I have a message for them, and I'm hoping you'll join me by adding your

name: "Guys, stop voting on Obamacare, and get back to

work."



They obviously can't stand the fact that they lost this fight. But dwelling

on it isn't going to get them anywhere the Senate won't vote on repeal,

and the President will veto anything like it.

There are so many things Republicans in Congress could be doing right now

to help create jobs starting with passing the President's bipartisan plan .

Join me and send the House Republicans a kind reminder to do their job:

[url]



Thanks,

Julianna

Julianna Smoot

Deputy Campaign Manager

Obama for America

image: Paid for by Obama for America

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