Tell your representative to take a stand against closed door negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership and sign on to the Miller-DeLauro letter today.
Here’s what to do:
1. Call 1-888-291-9824 to be connected to the Capitol switchboard.
2. Ask to be connected with your representative.
3. When a staff member answers the phone, you can use this script: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a constituent of Representative _______. I would like for him to be a cosponsor on the Miller-DeLauro letter and support openness and transparency in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
These globalist criminals must be stopped and they must be stopped now; then jail 'em for their crimes against humanity.
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Thu Jul 12 10:06:23 EDT 2012
I called rep Freylinghausens office .They said they would pass the message on . I got the impression that they had never heard of the Miller-DeLauro letter. I told them that they should stop this complete More....secretness on these negotiatons , I told ihem further that I was ccompletely against this corporate takeover of our economy which was being completely ignored by the corporate media.
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called today. the guy who answered seemed harried, like his tongue was swollen. not like Waxman's usual staff.
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