No fights at this Townhall so the SEIU union thugs must have been absent.
"I think people are justifiably angry at the way Congress has been operating," -Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.
From what I have read so far the event was (relatively) well behaved and other than some heated disagreements, which is to be expected, it was a civil exchange of ideas. Now here is a Parliament fight to watch.
Rep. Flake took and responded to UNSCRIPTED questions from the people:
Q: Do you believe that the Democrats will be using this bill as a means to an end to get everyone on a government healthcare system?
A: Yes, this legislation "will inevitably lead to [everyone being on] a single-payer system," ...to have insurance, you'll have to be on the government's rolls.
Q: How in the world can we allow our children to have to pay for this down the road?
A: "We are committing generational theft"
Q: How do you respond to the idea that the government will essentially be setting standards on who lives and who dies?
A: The "government will have to ration either by costs or by services. It's a legitimate fear of many that the government will start to ration services."
More video I can not get to embed:
DISCLAIMER: I so wanted to go but this having to work thing got in the way.