AFP ObamaCare Exempt Me Too Protest Message Builds Around GA
AFP Georgia activists, led by Mary Ademski and the North GA 912ers, gathered together at Sugarloaf Parkway and Hwy 316 in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, to send the message in traffic that Georgians want their ObamaCare exemption! [Watch video] The group brought giant Exempt Me Too signs to hang down for traffic to see including an assortment of other signs and messages. [Watch video of two activists and their thoughts on the on-going shutdown over ObamaCare]. The series of protests moves to Savannah this Saturday and Athens Georgia when UGA students and Clarke County AFP activists get in on the mix next Monday. AFP’s Exempt Me Too Petition Drives are also taking place around the State with signature drives in Dalton and Atlanta this weekend, while UGA college students turn out signatures in Athens Friday and Armstrong Atlantic State University students collect them in Savannah. Door-to-door petition drives will take place in Savannah on Saturday afternoon in Athens on Monday evening and throughout Georgia during the months of October and November. Georgians are rising up to send the message to Washington – Exempt Me from ObamaCare! – even as the train wreck law rolls out around Georgia and leaves thousands of disillusioned Georgians feeling helpless. It’s the perfect time for AFP Georgia activists to help give them the outlet they need to express the frustration that is building around our State.