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CALL TO ARMS: Broadcaster Freedom Act

Posted by cann0nba11 on June 2, 2009

I’m a member of (also found on Facebook) and received the message below yesterday. If you feel that free speech needs to be protected and that the government needs to stay the hell out of talk radio, please heed my call to arms and get to your phone!

The push to get the Broadcaster Freedom Act a full, fair stand-alone vote in both houses of Congress has begun.

Let’s make sure that for the next four days – Monday through Thursday of this week – it is IMPOSSIBLE for either Speaker Nancy Pelosi or Senate Leader Harry Reid to think of anything else. Okay, very, VERY difficult for them to think of anything else. Or make any outgoing phone calls. Some of the many FSA members participating are:

There are, again, MANY other FSA members – and MANY local stations and hosts around the country – hitting it as well. Why not join them? Again, we are asking each of you to contact the offices of Speaker Pelosi and Leader Reid throughout the days of June 1-4, which is today through Thursday.

Starting point: “Please tell (Speaker Pelosi or Leader Reid) that the Broadcaster Freedom Act (HR 226 or S. 34) deserves an immediate stand-alone vote of the full (House or Senate).”

Pelosi: (202) 225-4965 — Reid: (202) 224-3542

The 300,000+ member grassroots team will be chiming in as well. And sending blast faxes. And today we will be delivering nearly 400,000 FSA free speech petitions to their respective office.

Ready, set, GO!

Thank you, All, very much.


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