Nancy Coppack explains President O's Alinsky strategy to bring America to its knees. There will be no turning back. Understand what you are dealing with.
Here are the GOP turncoats. Call now. Call back if it's busy.
Collins (202) 224-2523
Snowe (202) 224-5344
Voinovich (202) 224-3353
Specter (202) 224-4254
Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs, wrote Cloward and Piven, activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation... [Emphasis added.]
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UPDATE:The senators we need to target Cassy Fiano hat tip Larwyn
We need to be calling all of our senators, folks. But some might need more attention than others. That said, I just finished calling every Republican in the Senate, plus Joe Lieberman. I kept a tally of who gave a firm no, and who seemed to be a little more on the squishy side. The ones who gave a firm no should still get phone calls, mind you, to make sure they don't change their position. But it's the squishy ones who really need our attention. Here's the tally:
I only put someone down in the "no" column if the response I got from the office was a firm no. Any wavering or talk of compromise and bipartisanship got them in the "squish" column. So, here are the senators currently planning on voting no:
Now, just because they're saying they oppose it right now doesn't mean that decision is carved in stone, so don't hesitate to continue contacting them. Let them know you support their decision and tell them that they're doing the right thing. Encourage them. Be nice.
Now, for the rest of the group.
These are the people whose votes are liable to change, along with any notes I wrote down about my conversations with them.
So folks, that's where we stand right now on the positions of the Republican senators. Let's light up those phones now. You can get their phone numbers here.