Call Senators Specter, Collins and Snowe and tell the to vote "NO!" on the the massive spending bill.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Yesterday, three Republican Senators joined the Democrats in moving the Spendulus bill through the first major voting hurdle... the 60-threshold vote to invoke cloture. Today, starting about midday, the Senate will have another key 60-threshold vote. If that vote passes, the Spendulus bill will proceed to a final vote, also later today.

President Obama, Senate Majority Leader Reid and House Speaker Pelosi have bribed these three senators for various reasons so that they can later claim bi-partisan participation when the massive spending bill fails to do anything but increase our national debt by $9.7 TRILLION.

When Hannity interviewed Sen. Spector on his show yesterday it was clear that the senator had no idea what was in the so-called "stimulous bill" and what it would cost, his only justification for voting being a lame "Well, we gotta do something!" Please call these ignorant senators and let them know that if they vote on this bill, they will be turning their back on Republican principles, their country and their constituants!

Three Republicans who put the Democrats over 60 votes:

Sen. Arlen Specter (PA): (202) 224-4254

Sen. Susan Collins (ME): (202) 224-2523

Sen. Olympia Snowe (ME): (202) 224-5344


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