September 29, 2008

How to e-mail Congress

Update: Bailout Bill Fails in House 228-205

Can you spare a few billion? NO!
The US Congress is going to vote on the biggest bailout ever. They shouldn't do it without your input.

Here is a link to the e-mail addresses of all US Senators and Representatives. I urge you to use it today. The website linked is easy to use; click on your state in the left column, then click the names of your congresscats. The format is "mailto" and is simple to use. Be sure to mention "bailout" on the subject line.
If you can't think of what to say, here are 10 suggestions you can copy and paste into the body of your e-mail. There is also a petition you can sign, thanks to FreedomWorks. Via Michelle Malkin: The crap in the “crap sandwich;” 10 reasons to oppose the bailout.
Update: Michelle Malkin blogs the floor debate in the House of Representatives. It has already started. Give them your 2¢ worth before they take your $3318.16. (Divide 700 billion by the number of US households: 105,480,101.)
I'm finding that the mail server for my man in Congress is jammed-up. e-mails to him bounce back and the web mail form on his official website won't load. I had to break down and spring for a long-distance call to Washington DC. I wonder if he's getting the message from Nebraskans or if the leftist goons are mail-bombing him.
Is the bailout constitutional? Listen to this fine interview with Andrew Grossman of the Heritage Foundation done by Fausta on Blog Talk Radio.

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