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.