Back to work, people! The election might be over but some Republicans need to be sent a message!
John Boehner's worse nightmare. The phones, faxes and e-mails of Republican representatives being flooded with contacts from voters in their Districts demanding that the Representatives sign the discharge petition filed by Nancy Pelosi.
You can make it happen by contacting your Representative and demanding that he or she sign the discharge petition (if he or she has not already done so). Then you should send an an e-mail to everyone in your address book asking them to contact their Representative as well. And you should also post it on your Facebook page, send tweets, and use other social media to get the word out.
To find out if your Representative has signed the discharge petition
Here is a list of Representatives and their contact information:
Let them know we expect them to sign the discharge petition now. You might also let them know that you are tired of being ignored by the Republican Party while they focus their attention on millionaires and billionaires.
Contact page for Republican Rep. Steve Stivers: http://stivers.house.gov/contact/
Contact page for Republican Rep. Pat Tiberi: http://tiberi.house.gov/contact/
>>>>>> Why would he do this? What future plans does John Kasich have for himself?
While in Las Vegas last month for a meeting of the Republican Governors Association, Gov. John Kasich stopped by the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino for a private meeting with its owner, Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire whose family donated a record of at least $84 million to Republican groups in the 2012 presidential campaign cycle.
"He's a big Republican activist so I went over to talk with him," Kasich acknowledged Monday....
Yeah. Sure. Is this Kasich's pilgrimage to lay the groundwork for future money requests for a campaign for the White House, a Senate run, or just cash for his re-election campaign?