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“The Senate’s Big Cloture Vote” The senate Switchboard Is 202-224-3121.

Thursday, November 12, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

My new Townhall.com column focuses on next week’s big vote in the Senate and the ability of any one of Indiana’s Evan Bayh, Colorado’s Michael Bennet, North Dakota’s Byron Dorgan, Louisiana’s Mary Landrieu, Connecticut’s Joe Lieberman, Arkansas’ Blanche Lincoln, or Nebraska’s Ben Nelson to just say no to Obamacare and block the the bill.

Together they could be the Gang of Seven that saves American medicine and the American economy from deficits so large as to crush the dollar. Call each of them at 202-224-3121 and urge a no vote on all motions to begin debate.

And stop by TalkPac.com and contribute to the fund that will be used to defeat 2010’s most vulnerable Democrats who support cloture.

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TalkPac.com Raising Money To Defeat Democrats Supporting Cloture On Obamacare

Thursday, November 12, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

TalkPac.com gets it.

Still waiting on the National Republican Congressional Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

With the Senate’s first key vote looming on Obamacare next week, the GOP should be busy sending a message to Senate Democrats facing election in 2010 –Indiana’s Bayh, Colorado’s Bennet, North Dakota’s Dorgan, and Arkansas’ Lincoln to name four– that the vote next week on opening debate will mark them as a supporter of Obamacare for the entire cycle. Subsequent votes won’t camouflage their support.

And the best way to send that message is by asking opponents of Obamacare to signal the depth of their opposition with a contribution. Nothing speaks louder than money, and the sound of contributions flowing into the campaign to unseat them will be heard loud and clear as the first vote approaches.

Be sure to call the offices of these four senators via the Congressional switchboard at 202-224-3121 and urge a “no” vote on the motion to begin debate.

Veterans Day 2009, and the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund

Wednesday, November 11, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Thanks to all veterans, active duty and retired.

The annual Veterans Day show will feature wounded Marines (and a soldier and a sailor) who are in the courses of their recoveries. Each year the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund facilitates this show, and each year I receive a great deal of e-mail about the inspiration these wounded warriors provide.

The Semper Fi Fund operates with almost no overhead, does no advertising, and doesn’t engage in direct mail or other solicitations of any kind. They rely on volunteers to assist the wounded and their families and to raise funds for the effort. Please consider a gift to this extraordinary organization and the extraordinary men and women it supports.

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