Skip to comments.A simple gesture in protest to get the message across
Posted on 03/22/2010 6:06:01 AM PDT by nesnah
As a gesture to all of the traitors that screwed over the United States of America last night, I propose the following:
Place a piece of bread in your toaster. "Cook" it until it is charred black. Place charred toast in a suitable envelope. Mail said envelope to your representative in DC.
They'll get the message.....
I’m going to my local Congresscriter’s office today and handing out pink slips to all his staffers.
OMG! Imagine the carbon footprint. Sounds good to me.
Consider it done! I’m going to mail mine today!!!!!!!!
They will probably just TAX it. Carbon Tax.
Good one! I would just mail a photo of a charred piece of toast because you’ll have a better chance of them actually opening it.
It will end up in the trash long before it ever gets to them. All mail (including UPS and FEDEX) go through a mail sorting and screening facility in Virginia.
Oh, I’m doing that too. I just wrote a big check to Mike Fitzpatrick. Patrick Murphy is going to get clobbered over this vote. Fitzpatrick held a town hall meeting on Friday night and over 300 people showed up. Murphy has yet to have an open town hall meeting on this bill. Instead he met with a bunch of Obama organizers yesterday for a cheerleading session before going to DC to vote. Yet this clown STILL claims to be a Blue Dog! We’re not letting him get away with that this year.
I plan to start flying my US flag upside down until Obama is either voted out of office or deposed by force.
Why would you do something so disrespectful?? The staffers are not whom you should direct your frustrations toward. For the most part these are energetic young Americans that are being paid very poorly to take crap (like this) from a lot of people (like yourself). Regardless of political affiliation DC staffers gave this past weekend in service of their countrymen; you should be thankful that their are people on both sides of the Isle willing to do just that. Their bosses (the American People) arent paying OT. Showing compassion was what this bill was all about; why dont you try starting there...