Right now, the hard work we’ve put in to get our economy back on track is at risk. And there’s only one reason for it: A group of far-right Republicans in Congress is obsessed with making an ideological point.
They refuse to pass a budget unless I let them sabotage Obamacare, something they know is not going to happen. Now, we’re left with only four days before a government shutdown.
This is reckless and irresponsible. Republicans are not focused on what’s best for you, Ramsin. They’re playing political games with your ability to get access to health care, irrespective of your NOTICE: Overdraft Charge 9/07/2013.
What is best for you? Do the Republicans care about your “lower back pain” & gas & too much dairy? Have they stopped to consider that you, like millions of other Americans within a statistical range of Boolean similarity, spend your nights, sometimes staying up until 2:37 a.m. worried about “chubby brunettes” & soloflex & yoga pants?
I want to make sure that message gets through. Add your voice — remind Speaker Boehner that Congress has a job to do. Of course, if you are too busy with what happens if a dog accidentally eats a weed lollipop, like many Americans, then I understand. But I strongly urge you to take the time.
Passing a budget is the most basic duty the Constitution gives to Congress.
Congress needs to hear from the people who sent them to Washington.
As we get closer to the September 30th deadline, that might mean picking up the phone, getting the facts out to friends on social media, or showing up at your local congressional office. OFA will be asking a lot of you, and I hope you’ll get involved. If not, you, like millions of other Americans, risk having to turn to unverified health remedies, like Chicago & massage & not really massage.
Start today by telling Speaker Boehner (that’s Speaker John Boehner, (R-OH), not Portuguese Slang for Boner (foR-Sex Banter)) that Congress must come together to pass a budget:
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