Monday, March 28, 2011


Just a short reminder of our meeting tomorrow night, Tuesday, March 29th at the Williamsburg Regional Library, 515 Scotland St., @ 7PM.

Please read and consider signing the 'Right to Work" petition!     Last week, Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) introduced the National Right to Work Act (S. 504). Congressman Steve King (R-IA) is expected to introduce the House version next week.What's next is up to Right to Work supporters like you.If you haven't done so already, please sign the National Right to Work Act petition Then, please forward this message to friends, family, and other like-minded citizens and ask them to sign the petition as well. It's absolutely vital we turn up the heat on every member of Congress.As you know, this legislation would enshrine the common-sense principle – already enforced in 22 states – that no worker should be compelled to join or pay dues to a union just to get or keep a job.In an age of legislative overreach, this is one of the shortest bills ever introduced.A National Right to Work Act does not add a
single word to federal law. It simply removes language in the National Labor Relations Act that gives union bosses the power to extract dues and fees from nonunion workers.

Thank you Patriots!  Les & Landra Skelly

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Fwd: RED ALERT! Please call Senators!

From: WHTTP Patriots <>
Date: Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 7:33 PM
Subject: RED ALERT! Please call Senators!

Info from Tea Party Patriots!

Call Senators Now!

Senate Voting on Republican Continuing Resolution!

The Senate will be voting on the House Continuing Resolution (CR) this week! This is the CR that the GOP passed through the House and cuts $61 billion. Now we all know that $61 billion is NOTHING, but the Democrats in the Senate want the cuts to be even less! Check out this video to put the minuscule cuts in perspective:

We have a small chance of pressuring the Democrats into voting for this bill now, TODAY!!

Below you will find the points to make when you call the Democrats and below that you will find the list of Democrats to call. Pass this on and let's get this passed NOW!

Points to Make:
Over the last four years discretionary spending has risen by more than 24%
$61 billion in cuts accounts for only 4.7% of discretionary spending! That means that the increased spending from the last four years would still amount to roughly a 20% increase in spending!
$61 billion in cuts accounts for only 1.6% of the entire budget! The entire budget right now is a massive, whopping $1.3 TRILLION!
The federal deficit for the month of February 2011 - alone - was $223 billion!!
$61 billion in cuts is equal to less than 8% of the stimulus package
The Democrats' budget leaves in place 99.72% of the current spending - while 95% of the American public want the deficit reduced and a majority favor spending cuts over tax hikes
MESSAGE to Say when You Call Senators Below: Stop playing games with our future. I get it and the American people get it, $61 billion in discretionary cuts is certainly not "draconian," and if you want to be seen as someone who is serious, and who truly cares about the future of this nation, you will make no excuses and vote YES today on HR 1 and you will cut $61 billion today!

Let's get to work! Senators stop playing games with our future. Call your Senator and tell them to vote Yes on HR 1 to cut $61 billion today.

Senators to Call, 1st Priority:

Claire McCaskill (MO)

Joe Manchin (WV) (He stated today that the teeny tiny 1.6% in cuts that the GOP want is "too big.")
(202) 224-3954

Ben Nelson (NE)

Olympia Snowe
(202) 224-5344

Jon Tester (MT)
(202) 224-2644

Jim Webb (VA) (He has stated that he wants to right the fiscal ship.)

Democrat Senators to Call, 2nd Priority - Call the Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and ask to be connected to the following officesor click to look up the Senator's phone numbers.

Joe Lieberman (CT)
Jeff Bingaman (NM)
Kent Conrad (ND) (is labeled a "fiscal moderate")
Bill Nelson (FL)
Ben Cardin (MD)
Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)
Bob Casey Jr. (PA)
Amy Klobuchar (MN)
Sherrod Brown (OH)
Maria Cantwell (WA)
Debbie Stabenow (MI)
Dianne Feinstein (CA)

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