12
Apr
2005

Washington's Silence on DeLay Broken

Just days after we launched our call in campaign against Tom DeLay, members of the Washington establishment finally broke their silence and began to speak out.

On ABC's "This Week," Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) called on Tom DeLay "to come forward and lay out what he did and why he did it." And, in a town hall meeting with his constituents, Rep. Chris Shays (R-CT) said that it's time to "decide whether we are going to continue to make excuses for Tom." We believe this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Hundreds of calls made to hundreds of members of Congress late last week by people like you are starting to make a difference. The chorus of voices standing against DeLay's corruption is just beginning to rise. Together, we have the power to amplify this chorus and call out clearly for democracy...not DeLay.

Call your Representative today and get them on record answering the question, "Do you believe that Tom DeLay is ethically fit to serve as House Majority Leader?"

//action.ourfuture.org/ctt.asp?u=1742757&l=87547

Every Washington politician must stand up to the corruption in Congress typified by Tom DeLay because it not only undermines our democracy, it hurts the American people directly. It hurts us at the gas pump when DeLay accepts tens of thousands of dollars from a polluting energy company in exchange for what company officials believed would be "a seat at the table" during Energy Bill negotiations. It costs us through higher drug prices when DeLay strong-arms colleagues to side with big drug companies and HMOs on Medicare legislation.

Many members of Congress still have not heard from us. Please call on them today to take a stand! The more calls we make, the more pressure our Representatives will feel to tell us whether they stand with DeLay or democracy. We will share your lawmaker's response to your question directly with your local media so that -- wherever your Rep. stands -- thousands of people in your community will finally know.

Help get your lawmaker on the record today. The question couldn't be more straight forward -- and we all deserve an answer. Call your Representative and tell them that you want to know, "Do you believe that Tom DeLay is ethically fit to serve as House Majority Leader?"

//action.ourfuture.org/ctt.asp?u=1742757&l=87547

Thanks for all you do.


Sincerely,

Ellen S. Miller, Deputy Director
Campaign for America's Future
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