UPDATE, 7/1, 7:30am: If the DNC connections weren’t enough, how about a George Soros MoveOn.org connection? See Louisa McQueeney below.
A lawsuit was filed against the Amendment 9 Healthcare Freedom Act, with the pretense of protecting Floridians from language that will “mislead the public”.
So who filed the suit? Who are these Samaritans, looking out for Floridians? In short, the group bringing the lawsuit includes a Democrat-friendly lawyer hired to help throw out military absentee ballots in the 2000 election, a doctor that stood behind President Obama in a Healthcare press conference who holds a regional leadership position in Obama’s organizational structure, a liberal blogger who was also an officer in the Palm Beach County, FL Democratic Party and a MoveOn.org volunteer who advocates for universal, single-payer health care.
Attorney Mark Herron:
Herron is most notable for helping the Democrats systematically target the legality of military ballots in 2000. He also formed a “Liberty and Justice for All” ECO political slush fund best-known for representing public officials accused of ethical violations. In short, whenever the Democrats have something they need to hit hard and fast, he’s the guy they call in overnight.
Dr. Mona Mangat:
Remember that staged house call when all the doctors stood behind Obama in their white coats, purportedly representing a good cross-section of America’s medical profession? Well, Dr. Mangat was there on that day standing with our President. And now she’s a plaintiff, still standing with our President.
Here’s where it gets very interesting. Dr. Mangat is the Regional Director of “Doctors for America.” For those of you paying attention, DFA is part of “Organizing for America”, which is part of the Democratic National Committee.
She’s also a member of lesser known Facebook Groups such as “Not Having George Bush As President” or the “Obama Action Wire” (as noted here).
Another plaintiff in the case is Diana Demerest, who describes herself as “an unabashed progressive Democrat.” She is also the former Secretery to the Palm Beach County Democratic Party, according to her blog, which is called the “Liberal Lens” and claims that Florida is a rainbow of discrimination because of laws like Amendment 2 which define marriage as a union between one man and one woman, a “draconian” idea that discriminates against the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender) community.
Plaintiff Louisa McQueeney is a volunteer for MoveOn.org, the George Soros brainchild and beneficiary. She is an advocate for a single-payer universal health care system who has actively lobbied for such a plan on behalf of MoveOn.org. According to her Change.org profile, she is a supporter of ‘upstanding’ groups like SEIU, the volatile group which physically attacked Tea Party patriots protesting Obamacare, Amnesty International, which opposes everything from traditional marriage to Israel’s sovereignty, and the National Partnership for Women and Families, a radical feminist group advocating federally-funded abortion among other things.
Get set, boys and girls. Obama, Soros and the DNC are in town now, trying to get Amendment 9 off the ballot, so Floridians could not even vote yes or no on it in November. If the legal challenge fails and Amendment 9 stays on the ballot, watch out for the union invasion this summer and fall.
NOTE: The Yes On 9 Campaign applauded Attorney General Bill McCollum for defending the Amendment today. You can learn more about the amendment and it’s campaign at it’s website, or network on Facebook.
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