January 18, 2018

Don’t protect Congress from hearing libertarian ideas

What if 64-million libertarians contacted Congress at the same time? Retweet

We’ve been stressing these points… 

The numbers might even be in your favor…

That means you should…

  • Open every Downsizer-Dispatch and do the requested action, so long as you agree with it.
  • “Follow” us on Facebook and set your follow to “See First.” Then do every action (you agree with) that we post on Facebook.
  • Share our emails with like-minded people and ask them to take action too.
  • Promote our action items on your social networking pages.

These actions will start to find and activate those 64-million idle libertarians!

It’s especially important that you send a monthly message on each of our transpartisan agenda bills — the One Subject at a Time Act, the Read the Bills Act, and the Write the Laws Act.

A weekly message to Congress on each bill would be even better. Remember, your elected reps work for you! You can and should issue them instructions as often as you like. Be assertive! Which brings us to a new point we want to stress…

Failing to contact Congress protects them from libertarian ideas!

Do you want to allow them to more easily pursue their own desires, without concern for what you want? No! Imagine instead what the politicians would think if they heard…

  • More libertarian proposals
  • From more of their constituents
  • On more issues
  • More often!

Do you think they might begin to feel nervous? …like they better pay attention to you? We think so. In other words…

The libertarian message you send on issue “A” can buttress the libertarian message you send on issue “B.”

So we passionately believe that you should make the following a personal goal…

I want to increase the amount of libertarian pressure being felt in Congress every single day!

Here’s what you can do right now…

“Extra credit” actions…

Thanks for being an ACTIVE DC Downsizer,

Perry Willis & Jim Babka
Downsize DC

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