Tweet John Boehner: End the shutdown

Nico Probst, BarackObama.com
2013-10-04 12:32:05
Friend -- It's the fourth day of the government shutdown, and House Speaker John Boehner is still letting the same group of House Republicans who drove us here run the show. Today, we're asking everyone who's fed up to say "Enough already!" We're taking to Twitter, and I hope you'll join in. Speaker Boehner can end the shutdown right now -- tweet at him to make sure he knows we're going to be holding him accountable for trying to sabotage the economy: my.barackobama.com/End-The-Shutdown-TW If you're not on Twitter, it's easy to start. It's a place where many members of Congress and their staffers try to drive the narrative of the day -- right now, some members of Congress think they can get away with blaming this shutdown on President Obama. It's Congress' job to fund the government. It's Congress' job to make sure they pay their bills. Anything less is failure. What makes this worse is that some of these Republicans are arguing that they're listening to their constituents -- that Americans actually wanted a shutdown. You and I know that's not true -- it's time to call them on it. Tell John Boehner this is economic sabotage, and it's got to stop now: my.barackobama.com/End-The-Shutdown-TW Thanks, Nico Nico Probst Director of Special Projects Organizing for Action
Organizing for Action
Friend --

It's the fourth day of the government shutdown, and House Speaker John Boehner is still letting the same group of House Republicans who drove us here run the show.

Today, we're asking everyone who's fed up to say "Enough already!" We're taking to Twitter, and I hope you'll join in.

Speaker Boehner can end the shutdown right now -- tweet at him to make sure he knows we're going to be holding him accountable for trying to sabotage the economy.

Tweet Now

If you're not on Twitter, it's easy to start. It's a place where many members of Congress and their staffers try to drive the narrative of the day -- right now, some members of Congress think they can get away with blaming this shutdown on President Obama.

It's Congress' job to fund the government. It's Congress' job to make sure they pay their bills. Anything less is failure.

What makes this worse is that some of these Republicans are arguing that they're listening to their constituents -- that Americans actually wanted a shutdown.

You and I know that's not true -- it's time to call them on it.

Tell John Boehner this is economic sabotage, and it's got to stop now:

http://my.barackobama.com/End-The-Shutdown-TW

Thanks,

Nico

Nico Probst
Director of Special Projects
Organizing for Action

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