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Friday, January 15, 2010

Will the OH Attorney General do what is right for OH Voters?

Attorney General Cordray is urging members of Ohio's congressional delegation to oppose the provision that would give preferential treatment to the state of Nebraska.

To view Attorney General Cordray's letter to the Ohio delegation, go to www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/ HealthCareLetter.

For the record & again showing your calls work, this letter was not posted on the A.G. website the DAY AFTER the Medina Tea Party Patriots started contacting their office.

Fellow Patriots, AG Cordray's letter, though nice at tooting his own political horn, is nothing more than empty words. It is time our politicians stop putting our money where their mouth is and start doing their job! Instead of asking the OH congressional delgation to fight the health care bribery package put in place for Nebraska and other states, Attorney General Cordray should use every means available to him as Attorney General in stopping this -- not pawning it off on others.

If Attorney General Cordray is REALLY against this preferential treatment he should do his part in representing the State of Ohio's best interest and join South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster -- the leader of a group of 13 Republicans and one Democrat State Attorneys General -- who are threatening to file a law suit against Congress in order to stop passage of the radical health care bill currently being considered.

We are asking you to contact Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray and urge him to join the other State Attorney General's Offices in their efforts. Kindly remind Attorney General Cordray's office that the Tea Party Patriots in Ohio are fully aware he is up for re-election this year.

You can also go to the Ohio Attorney General website (
http://www. ohioattorneygeneral.gov/) where you can file a consumer complaint against the very health care bill that Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray says unfairly burdens residents in Ohio.

Attorney General Richard Cordray (800) 282-0515

30 E. Broad St., 17th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
http://www. ohioattorneygeneral.gov/

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