Okla. Senator Tom Coburn Recall Petition – Obamacare Sell-Out

If Colorado can recall a couple of State Senators for selling out their second amendment rights Oklahoma should be able to recall a U.S. Senator for refusing to defund Obamacare.

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Sadly, in Oklahoma only local officials are subject to recall elections. But don’t be discouraged; all these people care about is their legacy.

A symbolic recall attempt would put a stain on his record should he ever decide to run for President…

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10,000 votes before October the 1st would send him a clear message…

Tom Coburn Recall Petition - For Refusing To Defund Obamacare

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Tom Coburn called the effort to defund Obamacare “dishonest” 7/26/13

Please contact Senator Coburn and tell him it’s dishonest to say you oppose Obamacare, but then vote to fund it. Tell him he swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution and that requires him to oppose the CR in September if it funds Obamacare.

Call this Senator at 202-224-5754.

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14 Responses to Okla. Senator Tom Coburn Recall Petition – Obamacare Sell-Out

  1. LD Jackson says:

    Just so you know, I don’t have a television and I seldom watch Fox News on the web. I haven’t seen, heard, or read Karl Rove in years. Heck, I seldom even listen to Rush. ;)

    My reasoning comes from watching how this is unfolding and from knowing how generally ignorant the voters are in America.

    • BC says:

      Listen to the video – it explains that we will not lose house or senate seats…

      • LD Jackson says:

        I just finished listening to the video I understand what Mark Levin is saying and I do not disagree, for the most part.

        I agree that Obamacare needs to be defunded, repealed, or whatever action is needed to keep it from being fully implemented.

        I agree that a government shutdown is not the end of the world and the effects thereof are often overly dramatized by the Democrats.

        I just can not shake the feeling that trusting the voters to do the right thing is a dangerous gamble in this instance. The media is even stronger in their support of Obama than they were of Carter and Clinton. They will, without a doubt, pile on the Republicans and make them look and sound like the second coming of Satan himself. Everything Obama says will be taken for gospel and I strongly fear we will lose the House of Representatives in 2014. I know the history doesn’t bear that out, but this is a different time and era and the voters are of a different mood. I am afraid there are not enough conservatives who will actually go to the polls to keep it from happening.

        • BC says:

          I would agree with you if Obamacare wasn’t already so unpopular. It is a giant dog turd that the people have already got a whiff of. At this point no amount of perfume by the media is going to convince anyone it is chocolate cake.

          If the RINOS — like Coburn — would take their lip off Obama’s butt and stand together the law would be defund and they would gain support, not lose it. Do you no remember that crowd that rose up and marched on Washington? It is bigger now, but it has no representation.

          • LD Jackson says:

            Yes, I remember that crowd and I would agree that it seems their representation is lacking. But I also remember how Obama won the White House. Not once, but twice. I can understand the first time, but the second defies logic. One of three things is a possibility.

            1. Massive voter fraud was the culprit in his reelection.

            2. Conservatives are simply outnumbered by liberals.

            3. Conservatives stayed home and refused to vote because they didn’t like the candidate.

            Of the three possibilities, none of them are pleasant to think about.

            • BC says:

              Number 3 pretty much sums up why you should be supporting Obamacare. If they do not do what the grassroots stood up and put them in power to do, all is lost. There will be a third party…

          • Cliff says:

            Coburn isn’t a RIno he’s just effed up in the head….. he rails on about waste in government and no on listens.. so to prove his own little point he votes with the Rinos, Progressives and Dems to keep funding for some bill that will affect 1/6th of the US economy.

  2. LD Jackson says:

    I voted against recalling Tom Coburn. I know a lot of people disagree with him on his stance about “defunding” Obamacare, but I think he is probably closer to the truth than many of us would like to admit.

    • BC says:

      I don’t think so. That is what this defund issue does, it breaks it down to black and white. Ask yourself this: If he is right, why not just vote to defund it regardless?

      No, those people that will not vote to defund it have a vested interest in keeping it.

      They need to go.

      • LD Jackson says:

        Sorry I didn’t reply to you earlier. I was busy with some family stuff.

        Senator Coburn has some specific reasons for not wanting to vote to “defund” Obamacare. I am going to include the link to a post I wrote back in July about this.


        I really wish there was a way to stop Obamacare, but I am enough of a realist to know this just isn’t possible with the current makeup of our government. Tom Coburn realizes that as well.

        For what it’s worth, I am adding you to my blog roll under Oklahoma Blogs.

        • BC says:

          Those are not reasons, those are excuses. And they are poor excuses at that. Ted Cruz is an expert with far more background in constitutional law; he is a constitutional attorney that even liberal say is one of the brightest minds to ever argue a case. And he calls bullcrap on Coburn’s excuses.

          All you have to do is look at the who is against it here ( http://www.dontfundobamacare.com ) to realize that opposition is the land of the sellouts and RINOS.



          • LD Jackson says:

            I suppose we will have to agree to disagree on this. I do not believe Tom Coburn is a RINO.

            What the website you cite suggests would work, I agree. If the CR would make it to the President’s desk and if he would sign it. Do you really believe that will happen? I do not.

            The more likely scenario is that the government does shut down because the Democrats refuse to play ball. Yes, that would be on their heads, but the media would make sure the people believe it was the Republicans. The result would be that the Republicans would lose the 2014 elections and the Democrats would then have complete control of Congress. That is not something we can afford to have.

            If you believe that the general American public would not fall for that, remember that this is the same voting public that elected Obama twice. I do not have enough faith in them to believe we can win this game in this fashion.

        • Cliff says:

          That is what his aide was saying that this CR also had a bunch of other spending, that he didn’t want to get hopes up of the constituents that this would get rid of O’ Care… but still the guy who votes no on all spending bills voted yes on this one… WTF and why…. for this battle we have to be boldly take our stand, not beat around the bush with parliamentary tricks and procedures but pull all the tactics the left uses and blast them with it…. tell your neighbors to wake the hell up and realize we’re loosing the America our ancestors fought and died to form.

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