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Making their voices heard, some of our readers made the road trip from Chicago to St. Louis to protest the Obamacare Road Show at the St. Charles High School. Every voice counts:

One group of folks on Bennett Avenue journeyed from Chicago to hold signs protesting health care reform. Stefanie Wilson, 44, daughters Ellery, 18, and Charlotte, 16, said they drove four hours along with friend Ryan Szumny, 20, after hearing about Obama’s visit through columnist Michelle Malkin’s Web site.

Wilson said she had attended every Tea Party event in Chicago. “I really believe that health care is not the government’s business.”

If you can be in D.C. on March 16 for the people’s surge against Demcare, check in here for more info and details.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Health care, Tea Party