Newsletter — May 15, 2017

3 Asses to Click

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Welcome aboard for our first weekly email where we humbly present three actions you can take this week, usually while wearing your underwear.



TrumpCare Still Cometh–
Contact your Senators about ACKaH NOW

History is about to repeat itself 

Let your Senators know that they must do everything they can to slow down TrumpCare so it can’t pass the way it did in the House.

Find your Senators’ digits here.

If you can, contact both their DC and local offices.

How do you uninsure 24 million people, gut Medicaid, rob Medicare and threaten to destabilize the entire health insurance market all to give the rich and their corporations a giant tax break?Very, very quickly.

That was the lesson the GOP learned from the House TrumpCare debacle.

The Senate has planned to do a better job but if you listen closely, they seem closer to the House bill than they once pretended and it seems this flaming landfill of cruelty and deceit could pass with the same 50 votes Betsy DeVos got.

Receipts:
Hope You Don’t Expect The Senate GOP To Be Transparent About Obamacare Repeal
by Jonathan Cohn

How Trump’s madness and corruption will help him take 24 million Americans’ insurance
by LOLGOP

Find a Floridian!

Voter suppression is the real fraud

The voting rights of 700,000 citizens in Florida could be restored. That’s a larger number than the margin of victory in the state for the last 7 presidential elections.
Get this petition in the hands of some trustworthy Floridian.

Here’s why:

If you love your mom, set one free

What wouldn’t Jeff Sessions do?

Consider giving to the Chicago Community Bond Fund

“The Chicago Community Bond Fund (CCBF) pays bond for people charged with crimes in Cook County, Illinois. Through a revolving fund, CCBF supports individuals whose communities cannot afford to pay the bonds themselves and who have been impacted by structural violence. Inability to pay bond results in higher rates of conviction, longer sentences, loss of housing and jobs, separation of families, and lost custody of children.”

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