Thursday, March 10, 2005

Call Santorum and Spector TODAY

Today, the Senate has a final vote scheduled on the awful bankruptcy bill. This is the most vicious, anti-everyday American, anti-everything bill that has been proposed in years. (For more on the bill, see here. For more on the effort by bloggers to spread the word, see this.)

Call our Senators, today. Jam their phone lines. Tell them that you are a constituent, and you will remember when it comes time to vote, that they sided with MBNA over down on their luck Americans.

Indentured servitude is not the American way. Let them know.

And if you have a blog, conservative, liberal, whatever, spread the word, and start calling.

Spector's number is 202-224-4254.

Santorum's is 202-224-6324.

The vote is today. At the very least, make them think a little bit.

4 Comments:

At 10:33 AM, Blogger Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg said...

I called Santorum to thank him for stabbing working-class Pennsylvanians in the back and for giving us an issue that we will use to send him back to his VA home in 2006. I also thanked him for providing us with a wedge to separate Republicans for his base and told him that he'd live to regret this one (which he will).

 
At 10:33 AM, Blogger Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg said...

I called Santorum to thank him for stabbing working-class Pennsylvanians in the back and for giving us an issue that we will use to send him back to his VA home in 2006. I also thanked him for providing us with a wedge to separate Republicans for his base and told him that he'd live to regret this one (which he will).

 
At 11:25 AM, Blogger DanielUA said...

I did something similar. Santorum has to pay for this next year.

 
At 2:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Santorum's a lost cause, he has no sympathy for anyone. Specter, otoh, is another matter. One would think that a man who's had some major health problems - heart surgery, brain surgery, now cancer needing extensive chemo therapy would be able to relate to Americans who have to file bankruptcy because of crushing medical debts. But no, Specter voted to kill the amendment that would protect people who file for chapter 7 because of medical bills. I hope Specter's votes on this bill and these amendments help open the eyes of all who think he's some sort of moderate who looks out for average people's interests.

 

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