Do YOUR elected representatives in Congress UPHOLD their oaths of office by voting “No!” on legislation that they haven’t read, by voting “No!” on legislation that expands the power and size of the Federal Government?
Do YOUR elected representatives in Congress DEFEND the Constitution by speaking out loudly against legislation that stands to rob your liberty and tramples all over the Tenth Amendment?
If you answered, “no” to either of these questions, then it is time to put your elected officials on notice.
SEND THEM A PINK SLIP
Put this pink slip in an envelope with a letter to your Senator about Cap & Trade!
Tell them to vote “HELL NO” on H.R. 2454 or they are fired!
And “hell no” means, they don’t just vote no, they get REAL LOUD about WHY. They better find a camera with a light on and a working microphone and talk about how terrible this bill actually is, how wrong the process.
If these “Congress Critters” as @reland1 on Twitter calls them, cannot find their spines and fight against these nightmare bills, then they need to be TERMINATED from office!
Of course, the pink slip can be used past Cap & Trade.
The slips are four per page, two versions posted here, pink and white.
FOR A PRINTABLE FULL SHEET OF PINK SLIPS CLICK THE PICTURE
Click on the picture below to get a printable sheet of four Pink Slip forms:
I’ll be using these at my Tea Party on July 4, will you?
Washington, D.C. – Post Senate Bailout Vote Award Ceremony
From the halls of the United States Senate:
In a self-congratulatory ceremony Wednesday evening, after the Senate passed the bailout bill, Master of Ceremonies, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, presented the much-coveted award for Best Performance as the Senate’s Most Shameless Grifter, to Senator Christopher Dodd of Connecticut. Prior to turning over the microphone to Sen. Dodd for his acceptance speech, Sen. Reid, for the umpteenth time in the last two weeks, heaped praises on his esteemed colleague, noting how important his leadership in the Senate has been over the years, and particularly in passing the bailout bill.
Award winner Dodd proudly stepped in front of the microphone, saying the bill’s passage was due to “the tone of the Senate leadership”. Dodd, not to be outdone by Leader Reid, made sure he heaped loads of praise on Reid’s leadership, which included pointing out how Reid had made the so very gracious invitation to Senators McConnell and Gregg to work on the bill. Dodd explained that “this moment wouldn’t have come” without all of this great leadership. “I’d be remiss as well if I didn’t thank other people who were critically important in this….” Our coverage ends abruptly at this point as the on-the-scene pool cameraman from whom we received our footage was suddenly struck by a mysterious wave of nausea and didn’t finishing cleaning off his shoes before Dodd stepped away from the microphone….
Following the ceremony, a reporter questioned the president of The Academy for Corruption in Government, on the likely reason for Sen. Dodd having been chosen for the award over Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska, who was widely believed to have been a shoo-in. Stevens was recently indicted by the U.S. Justice Department and is currently standing trial for not properly reporting thousands of dollars of home improvement work from a contractor.
“The reason Sen. Dodd was chosen over Sen. Stevens, is simple: Sen. Stevens was disqualified. Once he was being held accountable for his actions, he was no longer eligible for the award. In order to meet the criteria of ‘Shameless’, you can’t be held accountable and you have to appear before the press, make speeches on the Senate floor, and play, or at least create the appearance of playing, a central role in creating legislation that is somehow related to the problem caused by the original graft. Besides, while Stevens is definitely a grifter, his actions are small potatoes compared to Dodd’s. Dodd not only received preferential treatment for mortgages from failed Countrywide, but he’s ground zero in the biggest financial collapse in the history of the country. Once we found out he was the number one recipient of campaign contributions from Fannie Mae, he was the front runner,” explained the Academy president.
The Award ceremony following the House of Representatives vote on the same bill is expected to receive little attention as Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts is expected to win in a landslide. “Of course the envelope is sealed,” grinned the Academy president, “But, the outcome isn’t likely to surprise anyone. Who can think of anyone whose further up to their neck than Barney Frank in the collapse of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that led to the financial meltdown? And who has anyone ever known that is more shameless, except former Pres. Clinton, and since he’s not in the running, Frank’s clearly the odds-on favorite.”
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