(Gainesville, GA)- With the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Thursday, Congressional candidate Martha Zoller said her conviction that Obamacare is a tax was reaffirmed and said she will fight harder than ever to overturn this law.
"With this Supreme Court ruling, it becomes imperative that Americans elect strong Conservative voices that will strike down this law, strike down this "tax" and free the American people from the forceful hand of big government," Zoller said.
Martha Zoller has been a leading advocate against the Obamacare law. We need her expertise, her Conservatism and her tenacity in Congress.
"In the Supreme Court opinion, the Justices said the government cannot make you buy health care -- but it can tax you if don't buy it," Zoller said. "Well, we've known all along that this is a tax, and a huge one at that. With barely 36 percent of Americans in favor of this new governmental health care, Obama now want to enact the largest tax increase in U.S. history on the rest of us. That is unacceptable. We must repeal this law."
Also in the opinion, Chief Justice John Roberts said he would not determine if this new law represents "sound policies" and said that would be up to the American people and who they decide to elect into office.
"It is time for the people to decide," Zoller said. "All Conservatives, now more than ever, must get to the polls on July 31 and tell the government what we think."
Martha Zoller will hold a virtual Town Hall Meeting today from 2 - 2:30 p.m. to discuss the Supreme Court ruling. Martha has the background to provide detail about what the ruling will mean for taxpayers, what it will mean for patients and what it will mean for America.
To view the Town Hall Meeting or to participate, log on to MarthaforCongress.com or the Martha for Congress Facebook page and click on the link marked "Health Care Town Hall Meeting."
For more than two years, Martha Zoller has been a hands-on advocate against this bad policy. She and then Congressional Candidate Tom Graves were asked to speak on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in a 2009 rally against the proposed legislation.
Martha's husband, Dr. Linwood Zoller, has worked as a physician in Gainesville for 21 years. For all of that time, Martha managed his medical practice. She is intimately familiar with medical billing policies and medical insurance policies.
Likewise, Martha has held multiple round-table discussions and one-on-one meetings with physicians from across the United States about Obamacare. She has met repeatedly with Docs 4 Patient Care, has discussed Obamacare with doctors and staff at Habersham Medical Center and has spoken about Obamacare with Congressmen Tom Price, Phil Gingrey and Paul Broun - all physicians and members of the Georgia Congressional Delegation.