Congressman Loudermilk on Bartow’s Morning News

Congressman Barry Loudermilk from Georgia’s 11th Congressional district called into Bartow’s Morning News to talk about the work being done in Congress since their return from the Easter break. We discussed the revised healthcare bill that seems to have the support of the Freedom Caucus, President Trump’s proposed revision of the tax code, the problems with North Korea and the upcoming budget battle for the remainder of the fiscal year.

Interview with Congressman Barry Loudermilk on WBHF

Had a chance to welcome Congressman Barry Loudermilk to the studios of WBHF in Cartersville to be on my Saturday morning show, #WakingUpWithAlan. We spent nearly 30 minutes discussing the happenings in congress, the ongoing work to repeal Obamacare and how it’s not going to be easy when its tentacles have spread into so many areas. We also discussed Leftists who will not tolerate any differing point of view and are now willing to limit the First Amendment. We talked about Berkeley and other campuses with snowflakes unwilling to tolerate anything with which they do not agree. Barry Loudermilk represents Georgia’s 11th Congressional District in NW Georgia.

Alan Sanders interviews Congressman Barry Loudermilk

As part of my radio duties, I have had the honor and privilege of cultivating relationships with many leaders in my community, including several elected members of the Georgia State House and Senate as well as our District 11 U.S. Representative Barry Loudermilk from the state of Georgia. With the start of the 115th Congress, I will be interviewing Congressman Loudermilk every three weeks and will be sure to post his words on the Freedom Cocktail Facebook page, Twitter account and website. Hopefully this will give you an insight to how hard this Congress is working to undo the harm implemented by President Obama’s administration.

In the opening interview, we spent a great deal of time discussing the steps the Congress is taking in repealing the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare. I think it’s important to note that the pieces of the ACA that work and are wanted by the American people will be incorporated in a new solution. Their first concern is to create more flexibility and freedom and to push healthcare back to being a state’s rights issue and not a bloated bureaucracy existing at the federal level.