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Call your senators again: ask them to support the filibuster

FISA bill HR 6304 may come up for consideration in the Senate as soon as today. Senators Dodd, Feingold, Wyden, (and Boxer????) and are planning to filibuster the compromise FISA bill.

1. Call your senators again, now, even if they already oppose FISA, and ask them to support the filibuster.

2. If you have a blog, consider writing a post about it.

3. If you know of other bloggers, get the message out to them. I am thinking of some who have been posting on youtube who might have more google mojo than I do and can reach more people.


3 Responses

  1. I’ve made my calls! Glad to see at least half of our our Oregon contingent of Senators supporting the filibuster! Go Wyden! Uh, Smith? Senator Smith?

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