Call your Senators and tell them to vote NO on Fast Track

make_the_call.jpgLast week, the House of Representatives punted Fast Track back to the Senate.  The Senate could vote to give Obama Fast Track trade authority--a massive increase in executive authority--as soon as Tuesday, June 23rd.

Globalists and international elites are pushing your Congressman hard to vote "yes".  If Fast Track passes, foreign countries can take our jobs, global tribunals can overturn US court decisions and state laws, and so we can reward human rights abusing countries with access to the US consumer market.

DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN. Your Senators must hear from you to prevent Obama from making an egregious grab for power.

Please call your Senators' offices and demand that he/she commits to voting no

1.  Find your Senators' contact information here.

2.   Call and demand that they vote "no" by saying:

As a conservative, I don't want Senator _________ to give Fast Track trade authority to President Obama. He/she should not give even more authority to the President.  We need to preserve US sovereignty and create jobs and growth here.  I am asking Senator ___________ to commit to voting no, and I will let the conservative movement know if he refuses to commit.  Will he/she commit to voting "no" on Fast Track?

3.  In the box below, let us know whether your Senators committed to voting "no" or refused to commit.

Please indicate, in the box below, the Senator, state, and whether his/her office committed to vote "no" on Fast Track.


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  • Take the survey: Demand that Your Congressman Vote "No" on Fast Track
  • Q: Please indicate, in the box below, the Congressman, state, and whether his/her office committed to vote "no" on Fast Track.
    A: Refused to comment as usual.
  • Q: Please indicate, in the box below, the Congressman, state, and whether his/her office committed to vote "no" on Fast Track.
    A: Congressman Stephen Fincher’s office was contacted today, and the person on the phone stated that Congressman Fincher is not publicizing his vote, pro or con, at this time, but it will be available after the bill is signed. I urged him to vote NO on this issue, but no one would commit.
  • Take the survey: Demand that Your Congressman Vote "No" on Fast Track
  • Q: Please indicate, in the box below, the Congressman, state, and whether his/her office committed to vote "no" on Fast Track.
    A: Congressman Nugent in Florida. Called but he hasn’t gotten back to me yet. The person that answered the phone said they would give him the message.
  • Q: Please indicate, in the box below, the Congressman, state, and whether his/her office committed to vote "no" on Fast Track.
    A: His rep. did not commit but was very helpfull and assured me that Rep. Crenshaw would get my message.