Healthcare Protestor (08/22/2009) A person with a sign shows up for the Recess Rally protest (despite there not being such a thing).
Other Options Exist (08/22/2009) Protestors at Jim Matheson's office. Jim Matheson is not there.
We Are Broke (08/22/2009) Taking on unfunded mandates when the government is broke is not a wise move.
It Never Worked (08/22/2009) A protestor notes that socialized medicine hasn't brought anyone to utopia yet.
Recess Rally (08/22/2009) A Utah voter shows up for the national Recess Rally ... despite there being no local organization.
Tea Party (03/22/2009) This is my first shot at making a commercial shot for stock photography. It is a candlelit scene of a tax form and a place setting for a tea party.
Whole Foods (08/19/2009) Earlier this week, I bought some bison at the Whole Foods in Sandy. The Left is boycotting WholeFoods because they offer Health Savings Accounts to employees and not Insurance.
It was a silly idea. A web site called RecessRally.com called for people to rally at Congressmen's offices on Saturday August 22, 2009. These rallies were supposed to take place despite the fact that few Representatives would be spending a Saturday in their office.
What is the point of a political rally if you know for certain that the Representative will not be there?
Jim Matheson's Salt Lake Office in in the Morris Murdock building off I80. The road to the office is currently closed for construction. But you can get to the office through back streets. Which I did.
Amazing beyond words: a few people did show up. They even had signs made for the occasion. I display here. Several cars circled the parking lot then left.
I confess. I am on the side of the protestors on this one. The bill does very little beside creates massive, ultra-intrusive government bureaucracies. The bill hopes to curtail costs by forcing everyone into buying expensive insurance and essentially outlawing self-funding of one's health care.