Treatment Plan for Monday’s Patriotic Flu

Posted on November 29, 2009. Filed under: Soapbox | Tags: , , |

If you are feeling sick as a result of what is happening in our country and are tired of the way Washington treats us, you are infected by the Patriotic Flu
 
Whether you take the day off Monday in protest or not, be sure to make those calls to tell government we are SICK OF IT!  Without them hearing from us, the protest is meaningless. No need to be fancy, unless of course, you wish to communicate the reason for your illness. The most important thing are these or similar words:
 
I have been infected by the Patriotic Flu. I am SICK of the way politics is working in Washington and sick of what is happening to our country at your hands. Government is required by the Constitution to represent the people. The people want you to STOP socialist government reforms NOW.
 
Twitter Example:
 
I’m infected by Patriotic Flu and am SICK of your socialist government reforms. STOP NOW! #tweetcongress #teaparty #912
 
http://tweetcongress.org/
Tweet Congress … remember to put #tweetcongress in your tweet.
 
http://amerikeith.wordpress.com/contact-congress/congress-on-twitter/
US Government on Twitter … remember to put #tweetcongress in your tweet.
 
http://www.conservativeusa.org/mega-cong.htm
The Complete List of phone/fax/email, etc.. for Congress
 
http://americanvoice.com
Fax your Senators and Representatives for free
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national sick day sounds good to me.


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