1.) Go to Dennis Prager's website--use this link, which should take you right there.
2.) Click on the "Say No to Obama Care" box at the TOP OF THE PAGE.
Fill in the form and send it---it's an E-mail message to Pete Visclosky --- which
is a waste, since he has rejected the majority of his constituents--
BUT -- your e-mail will also be sent to all of the "Blue- Dog" Democratic congressmen
who are "on the fence" at this point, and whose votes will determine the outcome of this
PLEASE DO IT NOW---IT COSTS NOTHING! Then pass it on to all of your friends,
neighbors, family, etc and urge them to do the same.
These members of congress are under tremendous, withering pressure and intimidation
from Obama, Pelosi and Emmanuel---- so we must OVERWHELM their offices this week
if we are to have a chance to stop this travesty from becoming law.
I know everyone is stressed for money, and many people don't like giving their credit care
info online-----but THIS IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT, and we can make a difference in
influencing the big Health Care vote this week in Washington.
Visclosky has already sold us out.....but the brilliant strategist Dick Morris and the League
of American Voters are running TV ads that TARGET THE "FENCE-SITTERS" in the
House of Representatives....the ones what will determine the future of our country and precious
liberty by their vote!
Send faxes, call offices, send emails, let Congress know what you think!!!
A clunker that travels 12,000 miles a year at 15 mpg uses 800 gallons of gas a year.
A vehicle that travels 12,000 miles a year at 25 mpg uses 480 gallons a year.
So, the average Cash for Clunkers transaction will reduce US gasoline consumption by 320 gallons per year.
They claim 700,000 vehicles so that's 224 million gallons saved per year.
That equates to a bit over 5 million barrels of oil.
5 million barrels is about 5 hours worth of US consumption.
More importantly, 5 million barrels of oil at $70 per barrel costs about $350 million dollars
So, the government paid $3 billion of our tax dollars to save $350 million.
We spent $8.57 for every dollar saved.
I'm pretty sure they'll do a great job with our health care, though.
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