Fed up with your Congressional representative? Listen to Janet Porter to find out how you can evoke a clear message by sending pink slips to all 535 members.
Janet Porter is a contributing writer for WorldNetDaily and president of Faith2Action, an organization that turns people of faith into people of action who are committed to winning the cultural war for life, liberty, and family.
Janet is also the author of The Criminalization of Christianity and hosts a daily radio program that can be heard in 100 markets from 2-3pm EST.
Janet’s newest project is PINK SLIPS FOR CONGRESS! About three weeks ago, WorldNetDaily launched her program that allows Americans to send individually addressed pink slips to every member of Congress for just $29.95. To date, the number of orders has reached almost 3.5 million, of which half have begun to make their way to Capitol Hill.
“The pink slips program is a great way to get the attention of members who have forgotten they will have to answer to the people next year on out-of-control spending and Washington power grabs,” said Rep. Michelle Bachmann, R-Minn. “I support it! And I want my constituents to know I hear them loud and clear.”
The program is designed to warn members of the U.S. House and Senate that they could be facing a pink slip as early as 2010 if they continue to vote for unpopular measures such as more government spending, socialized medicine, cap-and-trade legislation, and hate-crimes laws.
The powerful American Family Association has agreed to support the campaign by publicizing it to millions of its activist members.
Delivered via Fed Ex, each message costs 6 cents and is individually addressed for both the recipient and the sender.
Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WorldNetDaily, says the message should be clear enough for members of Congress.
“Imagine the impact it can have on members of Congress – House and Senate – when they begin getting 1,000 or more ‘pink slips’ warning them away from more spending, more power grabs and more infringements on individual rights,” says Farah. “I believe this campaign, already tremendously successful beyond my wildest expectations, can have a real impact on politicians whose first priority is getting re-elected.”