Are you one observing the news, including revelations from Wikileaks and then ranting that the US Government “better change” “Better be transparent”?
Then take action!
While we should be able to expect better from our ELECTED leaders,
it is OUR responsibility to make our values known to them.
If you don’t want a foreign government like Turkey bribing our legislature with
millions through lobbyists to cover up the genocide of 1.5 million
men, women and children then YOU have take action!
Sitting in a chair clicking a mouse a few times is an easy start.
As US Representative Adam Schiff has stated:
“Denial of Genocide is the final act of Genocide.
We don’t want to be complicit in that”
Go here now – time is short http://bit.ly/TruthNow
In this season of giving, I ask you to give the gift of a 30 second phone call to ask your U.S. Representative to vote YES on H.Res.252, a resolution that simply calls for U.S. recognition of the Armenian Genocide.
The U.S. House appears set to vote on this human rights measure this Tuesday, its last day in session!
So, please, first thing Monday morning, call your U.S. Representative’s Washington, DC office to ask for a YES vote on H.Res.252. You can get all the details, including the phone number to call, a phone script, and information about this legislation at www.anca.org.
Calling is quick, easy – and for a great human rights cause.
Your call can make a real difference, but, with Congress about to adjourn, time is running out.
If you’ve never called Congress before, it’s easier than you think. A receptionist will answer your call and write down your message. These offices get hundreds of calls a day, treat callers respectfully, and value hearing your views.
After calling your U.S. Representative, consider making two more quick calls to leave messages asking the top leaders of the U.S. House to bring the Armenian Genocide Resolution, H.Res.252, to a vote.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: 202-225-0100
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer: (202) 225-3130
If you have any questions, please send me a Facebook message or write me an email.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Wonderful 2011 to all!
PS: One more favor, please send this note to 10 friends.