အမေရိကန်ပြည်ထောင်စုရဲ့ ဒီမိုကရေစီကျတဲ့နိုင်ငံရေးစံနစ်ပုံစံတွေကို ပြောချင်ပြချင်တာလေးတခုပါ
အိုဘားမားက ဒီနေ့ သူ့ကိုထောက်ခံသူတွေကို ပို ့လိုက်တဲ့စာလေးတစောင်ပါ။
အောက်မှာ ဖတ်ကြည့်ရင် အမေရိကရဲ့ နိုင်ငံရေးအင်အားချိန်ခွင်လျှာက ဘယ်လိုယိမ်းထိုးနေသလဲ..ယိမ်းတတ်သလဲ..ဒီမိုကရေစီစံနစ်ရဲ့ ပုံစံ စသဖြင့် ရိုးတိုးရိတ်တိတ်ကလေးမြင်မိမယ်ထင်တာပါပဲ..
This evening, at 11:15 p.m., the House of Representatives voted to pass their health insurance reform bill. Despite countless attempts over nearly a century, no chamber of Congress has ever before passed comprehensive health reform. This is history.
But you and millions of your fellow Organizing for America supporters didn’t just witness history tonight — you helped make it. Each “yes” vote was a brave stand, backed up by countless hours of knocking on doors, outreach in town halls and town squares, millions of signatures, and hundreds of thousands of calls. You stood up. You spoke up. And you were heard.
So this is a night to celebrate — but not to rest. Those who voted for reform deserve our thanks, and the next phase of this fight has already begun.
The final Senate bill hasn’t even been released yet, but the insurance companies are already pressing hard for a filibuster to bury it. OFA has built a massive neighborhood-by-neighborhood operation to bring people’s voices to Congress, and tonight we saw the results. But the coming days will put our efforts to the ultimate test. Winning will require each of us to give everything we can, starting right now.
Tonight’s vote brought every American closer to the secure, affordable care we need. But it was also a watershed moment in how change is made.
Even after last year’s election, many insider lobbyists and partisan operatives really thought that the old formula of scare tactics, D.C. back-scratching and special-interest money would still be enough to block any idea they didn’t like. Now, they’re desperate. Because, tonight, you made it crystal clear: the old rules are changing — and the people will not be ignored.
In the final phases of last year’s election, I often reminded folks, “Don’t think for a minute that power concedes without a fight,” and it’s especially true today. But that’s okay — we’re not afraid of a fight. And as you continue to prove, when all of us work together, we have what it takes to win.
Please donate to OFA’s campaign to win this fight and ensure that real health reform reaches my desk by the end of this year:
Let’s keep making history,
President Barack Obama