Downsize DC President Jim Babka will be speaking in Williamsport, PA this Saturdy. Details below the signature.
Have you heard about the "robo-signers" scandal in the mortgage industry? Mortgage company employees have signed foreclosure-related affidavits without knowing if they were true.
The politicians are screaming and waving their hands about the "robo-signers" in the mortgage industry, but, hypocrites that they are, they refuse to do anything about their own "robo-legislating."
Please condemn this hypocrisy. Please inform Congress of this parallel and tell them to introduce and pass the Read the Bills Act.
You may borrow from or copy this letter . . .
Professor Donald J. Boudreaux compares the alleged "robo-signers" of mortgage-foreclosure documents to . . . YOU! http://tinyurl.com/2dx3mhx
Robo-signers are "posers who sign and give life to legal documents without even reading the contents of these documents."
Whereas, Congress votes "to give life to legislation without even reading the contents of the legislation."
According to DownsizeDC.org, the House has passed 346 bills and the Senate 183 bills so far in 2010. The average bill length is 44 pages. http://www.downsizedc.org/blog/the-congressional-tally-so-far-2010
Did you read any of them? Or are you a "robo-legislator?"
We the people are are always impacted - and often hurt - by your legislation. Do us the decency of at least knowing what you're voting for. Take the bills you're considering as seriously as if you were signing a foreclosure document on someone's house.
And we invite you to add your blog or website to the Read the Bills Act Coalition. You will spread the word about RTBA, and in return your site will be listed on our main page and be mentioned in a Dispatch like this. Learn more and join here.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: DownsizeDC.org President Jim Babka will be speaking at the Responsible Representation Rally at the Brandon Park Band Shell in Williamsport, PA THIS SATURDAY, October 23. The Rally begins at 12 noon and ends at 2pm. The Rally is sponsored by the Susquehanna Valley Regional Tea Party, which has adopted the Downsize DC Agenda for reforming Congress. We hope to see you there!