Protest will be the people's next attempt to get Congress to listen and ultimately back down

MANCHESTER, N.H.--Following his "fiery" speech in Rochester last night, former U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey has called on all Tea Party patriots and concerned citizens to join him in an emergency protest tomorrow against the plan by left wing radicals in the Obama Administration and Congress to take over the nation's entire health care system.

The protest will begin at Manchester City Hall Plaza on Thursday, March 18, at 4 p.m. At 5 p.m., protesters will march from City Hall Plaza to Carol Shea-Porter's office, where they will demand she listen to them instead of Nancy Pelosi and vote against the government takeover of the health care industry.

Other dignitaries, including former Mayor Frank Guinta, who is running for Congress against Carol Shea-Porter, will take part in the protest event. The candidate has pledged to repeal Obamacare if it becomes law, and he has opposed the plan since its inception.
Last night at a tumultuous Tea Party rally in Rochester, in a speech described by Foster's Daily Democrat as "fiery," Senator Humphrey accused the president of lying about the true cost of Obamacare and lying about how it will preserve choice.

"The far left is trying to ram down our throats a massive new federal bureaucracy that will run up trillions of dollars in deficits and destroy the finest health care delivery system in the world, subjecting us all to rationing of health care, long waiting lists and third-rate medicine," Humphrey said.
"The Tea Party movement has rallied public opinion across the nation, but some members of Congress still refuse to listen," Humphrey said. "Government that ignores the majority is a government of thugs and tyrants.

"We need to go all out in the next few days to force Reid and Pelosi to back down," he added. "To that end, I implore every last concerned citizen to rally with us at the Manchester City Hall Plaza tomorrow.
Following remarks, we'll mount up the dummy on a rail and ride him out of town, treating him to the same contempt with which our forbears treated the despised agents of the tyrant King George!"
Riding Congress out of town on a rail will make great television footage that can help swing the last needed votes in Washington.

"Be a part of history," Humphrey said. "Join us at Manchester City Hall Plaza, Thursday, March 18, at 4 p.m."