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READER BEGINS “CONTACT YOUR CONGRESSMEN” (CYC) CAMPAIGN
by Gracie Sweet
(Jan. 17, 2011) — The Post & Email is launching a national push to pressure our U.S. Congressmen to take up the issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility to serve as President under our Constitution. We have already published such letters here at this site and you can use them as templates.
This campaign is also a contest of sorts among the states. Here is how it will work:
1. Phone, email or write your Congressmen (Senators and Representatives) or any other Congressmen you contact, and then simply forward a copy of your correspondence or memo of phone call to Gracie Sweet at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each Congressman contacted will accrue points for the state they represent regardless of who contacts them.
2. The results of all contacts by state will be tallied and published periodically so that we can see where the activity is coming from and where we need to press. If you have already contacted your Congressmen, please do it again so we can count it. Besides, the more we pressure them, the more likely our efforts will succeed. Each email and letter sent will count as one point each; each phone call will count as a half point, because they cannot be captured to file.
3. As an extra, don’t forget to contact newly-sworn-in Governor Neil Abercrombie of Hawaii, who recently stated that he wanted to “change state policy” in order to release records proving Obama’s alleged Hawaiian birth. Of course, we all know that it would be very easy for Obama to have the records made public without any such change in order to satisfy the “bunch of conspiracy theorists” about his birth story; all he has to do is submit a request of the Hawaii Department of Health for his birth records to be made public. Instead, he has spent almost $2,000,000 battling their disclosure.
4. Since this is also a contest, the reward will be a big box of Bragging Rights and national attention to your state! Let’s get going!
PS: Please be sure to share your letters with those without computers and/or internet access. Bring them a copy for their own signature and use, then report those letters in your tallies.