Date: Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 5:39 PM
Subject: Americans for Prosperity
We need your help to send a loud and clear message to the lame-duck politicians in Washington on Monday, November 15th as we rally with Rep. Michele Bachmann, AFP President Tim Phillips and others at our nation's Capitol to let them know we're not going to stop holding Congress accountable!
November is here and the people have spoken. Across Virginia, you, your friends and your neighbors chose to replace Pelosi liberals with fiscal conservatives. The result? Congressmen-elect Morgan Griffith, Robert Hurt, and Scott Rigell.
Despite these overwhelming victories for conservatives, we can't sit back and take it easy.
As I type this email, outgoing big-spending liberals in Washington like Rick Boucher, Tom Perriello, and Glenn Nye still have their jobs until January. They are bitter and plan to wreak havoc on our way of life for years to come by passing radical, big government legislation during the Lame Duck session, which starts November 15th. You and I have fought too hard, and for too long, to stop now.
Join AFP and our special guest speaker, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, for AFP's "November Speaks" event near the nation's capitol in Washington D.C. on November 15th, 2010 at Noon.
Furthermore, I'm pleased to announce that AFP's Virginia chapter will be sponsoring free buses for activists across the Commonwealth on the morning of November 15th.
Please click here to sign up to attend this November Speaks event and register to ride a bus up to D.C. from a city near you.
NOTE: Please register to ride a bus by 5:00pm on this Thursday, November 11. Bus seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and seating will be limited.
Again, here are the details:
WHO: Americans for Prosperity
WHAT: 'November Speaks' Event on Capitol Hill
WHEN: Monday, November 15th, 2010 @ Noon
WHERE: Capitol Hill, Washington DC (Corner of Independence & 1st St SE)
WHY: To send a clear message to Washington that voters have spoken this November and that politicians in Washington should not pursue big government policies in the Lame Duck session.
Americans for Prosperity
Virginia State Director
Alexander of York