Congresswoman Chooses Home of IRS as Location to Discuss Peoples Concerns about Government Control of Healthcare
Manchester, NH – Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, after intense public scrutiny, finally gave in to the citizens of New Hampshire and has reluctantly agreed to hold two Town Halls for citizens to discuss the Health Care take over program proposed in Washington. Ironically, however, she chose to let people discuss their concerns of government control and bureaucracy, at the home of the least trusted bureaucracy in the country--the Internal Revenue Service Offices in Portsmouth.
“People’s greatest concerns in this health care debate are about government control, about increased taxes, about interruption of personal lives. How do you alleviate those concerns by holding this discussion in the same location as the IRS,” questioned Frank Guinta, 1st District Congressional Candidate. “I believe we need quality health care coverage that is affordable, portable and accessible. What we don’t need is a massive health care takeover that like the tax code is confusing, massive, and unintelligible."
Prior to Carol Shea-Porter’s announcement that she will be hosting this event, Frank Guinta noted he would be providing the opportunity to citizens to discuss Health Care at a Town Hall meeting at the Town Hall in Exeter, New Hampshire on August 31st. Details of the event can be found at www.teamguinta.com, where you are welcome to sign up to attend, in advance.