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Virginians: Help Defend the Constitution

Demian Brady

Delegate David Englin (Alexandria) is urging Virginians to contact Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and tell him to drop the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the health care bill signed by the President today.

If my fellow Virginians are concerned about the law's unprecedented overreach of federal authority, its abuse of the commerce clause of the Constitution, and the crushing fiscal burden it imposes on federal and state taxpayers, they should let both the Attorney General and the Delegate know.

Englin has created this handy online tool for contacting Cuccinelli, but the # is 804-786-2071.

Englin himself can be reached by email at  

His Alexandria district office phone is 703-549-3203.

His Richmond office number is 804-698-1045.

And, his "Constituent Vewpoint Line" is 1-800-889-0229.

As of 7:40 PM, Tuesday evening, Cuccinelli's voice mail box is full so don't bother calling him tonight.

My lovely wife informs me that Cuccinelli has an online petition in support of his suit against the mandate:


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Submitted by Dmharvey at: April 30, 2011
The federal government has no place in the private sector, just look at their track record. Those calling for repeal of a national health care system ARE defending the Constitution. Need proof, look at the last election cycle...hope you're ready for the next one too.