Send a pink slip to Congress!
Put every member on notice - They work for you!
WASHINGTON - Did you ever want to send an urgent message to
every member of Congress, ensuring delivery to their offices on
Capitol Hill and letting them know they are being watched?
Is that time now?
If so, a bold new program might be just what you are looking
It's called "Send Congress a Pink Slip." And it ensures that a
brief but poignant message will be delivered by Federal Express
to all 535 members of the House of Representatives and the U.S.
The program is based on several other successful programs of the
past, including one last summer that delivered 705,000 letters to
senators protesting a "hate crimes" bill dubbed by critics as
"the Pedophile Protection Act."
This time, organizers, including WND columnist Janet Porter,
president of the Faith2Action organization, have their sights set
on 5 million or more letters to all members of Congress.
"I believe this has the potential to be the most successful
grass-roots effort in history," said Porter. "After all the town
halls and tea parties and the massive demonstration in
Washington, Congress still hasn't gotten the message. Now it's
time to show them just how serious we are with a message aimed at
what they most care about - getting re-elected."
The "pink slip" each official will get is a reminder that they
work for the taxpayers. Each is individually printed with the
sender's contact information under the closing salutation
"Signed, Your Employer:"
Click to see an image of the pink slips that will be sent to
The warning lists four key issues that are deemed unacceptable
to program participants:
A previous WND FedEx campaign blanketed Congress with over
705,000 personalized letters.
* government health care
* cap and trade
* "hate crimes"
* any more spending
"If you vote for any of these, your real pink slip will be
issued in the next election," it warns.
To send individual notices to all 535 members of Congress
through the Postal Service would cost you $235 in stamps alone -
and your letters would be waylaid for irradiation in Ohio before
they got anywhere near the Capitol.
The "Send Congress a Pink Slip" program permits participants to
Fed Ex 535 individually addressed pink slips to members of
Congress, each one with the name and address of the sender for
"This is a program that only works with massive numbers of
participants that bring paper and printing and shipping costs way
down," explains Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer
of WND, which has conducted similar programs in the past - this
one being the largest and most ambitious.
Send Your Pink Slips to Congress Now
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