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Day Two of Shock and Awe

Lets light up those phone lines again. Better yet a three prong assault, email, fax and phone. We're starting to see whos on our side. Make sure and encourage them. This cant be easy for them.

We've won a battle not the war. Keep the pressure on. The longer its delayed the better our chances.

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Trying to get through to Kay

Trying to get through to Kay Bailey Hutchinson as well as John Cornyn ( Senators from Texas) for the past two days, either busy signal or answering machine in which you can't leave a message. I did get through to Joe Barton, who is against the bailout. His aide mentioned freeing up leases for drilling to help out with this crisis.
Bush didn't seem to concerned about the economy even last month when asked. He said he had faith in our strong economy. Hopefully this won't be another Patriot Act incident in which not only our rights are being striped away, but the freemarket will be owned.

Do not give into evil, but proceed ever more boldly against it.

Do not give into evil, but proceed ever more boldly against it.

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Congressional switchboard

toll free
1-866-340-9281

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I've emailed try calling

the congressional switchboard. rings for a long time, no answer, or busy signal. the last time I called the phone rang several times then it started giving me a busy signal. Keep up the good work patriots!
congressional switchboard toll free #
1-866-340-9281

blasting faxes right now

blasting faxes right now

WILCO. Already sent about

WILCO. Already sent about 1000 e-mails...

Doc Holladay
Nashville, TN
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Truth is treason in an empire of lies.

Orders from Headquarters

Lets do this now!

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain