The “NO MORE RED INK” Campaign
Do you realize there is a way for House Republicans alone to balance the budget and stop the deficit spending next year?
All they have to do is hang together and vote in a bloc against raising the debt limit – a vote sure to come up soon.
Conservative champions like Rep. Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul are advocating just such a plan of attack. Of course, if the Republican majority in the House just votes in united fashion against raising the debt limit, it’s off the table. Both houses of Congress have to approve the hike for it to be enacted.
To support this plan, WND’s founder Joseph Farah has organized a yearlong campaign to make this a reality. It’s called the “NO MORE RED INK” campaign and its purpose is to force dramatic cuts in the federal budget – regardless of who sits in the White House in 2013.
You can join this campaign here by sending individually addressed letters in red ink to all 241 Republicans in the House by guaranteed Fed Ex delivery for only $29.99. If you tried to do this on your own, first-class postage alone would cost $106.48.
Last year, an identical campaign sent more than 1 million red letters to the House Republicans. However, only 22 of them voted against hiking the debt limit.
In 2010, a similar campaign presented members of the House and Senate with more than 9 million “pink slips” warning them of what would come last November if they didn’t change their ways.
But this campaign is even more urgent.
House Republicans hold all the power to make this happen. They are likely to retain that majority in 2012. In fact, it will work even if a few don’t go along. Only 218 no votes are needed to ensure the debt limit stays where it is. Hold them accountable in this election year.
This could be a historic campaign in turning America around this year. It could spell the end of Obamacare and other big spending programs the Democrats have already passed. Without the money necessary, they can’t implement them. They will be forced by law to balance the budget.
Here’s what your letter, written in red ink, to every House Republican will say:
Dear Representative Smith:
America is on the precipice of economic disaster because of overspending by the federal government.
House Republicans, elected to the majority in 2010 because they claimed to support constitutionally limited government, voted in 2011 to raise the debt limit again, providing Barack Obama with a blank check for the remainder of his first term.
Republicans won’t have another chance to freeze spending and force Washington to be responsible and accountable to the Constitution until January 2013.
This letter is to put you on notice that millions of Americans are embarked on a yearlong campaign to persuade Republican officeholders to their word about cutting spending and downsizing government. We don’t want any five-year plans. We demand you do it in 2013 – at the first opportunity to freeze borrowing by opposing any new debt limit hike.
The effect of that vote will require instant downsizing to the tune of about $1 trillion. But the simple reality is that we cannot solve a debt problem with more borrowing.
Don’t blow this opportunity by “negotiating” with Democrats over spending cuts. Force them to cut the budget with the nuclear weapon you already hold in your hands.
You are in a position to force them to accept a balanced budget this year by simply saying no to raising the debt limit.
Don’t be intimidated by conventional, inside-the-beltway thinking. America cannot afford business as usual for another two years. You have the power – use it!
Vote “no” on raising the debt limit with no reservations or conditions!
Your country and your constituents will thank you.
Your Name Here
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- Dem guru: Let the good indebtedness times roll (wnd.com)
- America’s coming financial catastrophe (wnd.com)
- Wall Street Pressures GOP to Raise Debt Limit (sgtreport.com)
- CBO Says U.S. Won’t Reach Debt Limit Until Mid-February – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)
- John Boehner vows to attempt another debt limit hostage crisis (dailykos.com)
- GOP scoffs at White House’s ‘fiscal cliff’ opening bid (news.yahoo.com)
- How do you kill Obamacare now? (wnd.com)
- Oh yeah, the debt ceiling. Yawn. (dailykos.com)
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