Monday, September 29, 2008

Urgent: Send a letter to Congress right now to Vote "No" to Bailout Rip-Off

Urgent: Send a letter to Congress right now to Vote "No" to Bailout Rip-Off

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To-Do List:

1) Send a letter to Congress
2) Tell a friend about VoteNoBailout
3) Download and distribute a VoteNoBailout flyer
4) Make a donation to help support the work of VoteNoBailout
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If this Congress was carrying out the will of the people, today’s Grand Theft bankers bailout legislation would result in an overwhelming NO vote.

Take one minute and help the movement flood Congress with hundreds of thousands of NO votes right now.

The vast majority of the people oppose giving 1 trillion of their tax dollars to super-rich bankers who drove the economy into the ground. Will our elected representatives represent the will of the people or will they serve the thieves on Wall Street? Let’s make sure that they feel the heat of the people. Click this link to send your letter.

Henry Paulson is worth $700 million from his years as CEO of Goldman Sachs. The current CEO of Goldman made $67 million last year alone. The pay of corporate and banking executives today is 275 times greater than the average worker.

This Bailout Bill is the biggest rip-off of working families in US history.

The legislation does virtually nothing for the millions of hard-working people who have lost their homes or are now facing foreclosure. Instead of rewarding bankers' greed, a real bailout should start by re-setting or freezing mortgage interest payments to the banks so that homeowners can avoid foreclosure. That would keep families in their homes and stop the rash of foreclosures that is sweeping the country.

Spread the word in the next few hours. Tell everyone to flood Congress with letters saying VOTE NO! Click this link to send your letter.

Click this link to tell your friends about VoteNoBailout

A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition

National Office in Washington DC: 202-544-3389
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Los Angeles: 213-251-1025
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