Guess which PA Dems just sold us out?
Robert Brady (PA-01)
Chaka Fattah (PA-02)
Kathleen Dahlkemper (PA-03)
Jason Altmire (PA-04)
Christopher Carney (PA-10)
Allyson Schwartz (PA-13)
Tim Holden (PA-17)
They signed industry-backed letters telling the FCC to abandon efforts to protect Internet users by prohibiting big companies from blocking Internet traffic.
Not only is this letter an attack on net neutrality, but by signing the industry letter, they are attempting to drastically undercut the FCC’s ability to make a fast, affordable and open Internet available to everyone in America. They are actually taking a position against the interests of rural and low-income communities.
This is unacceptable.
We need to make sure these members of Congress know that their constituents are paying attention and will hold them accountable when they undermine net neutrality protections.
I just got off the phone with Allyson Schwartz’s office (second day in a row) and told the staffer I remember Allyson “back from when she used to be a liberal” and that if she didn’t stop acting like a Blue Dog, I’d not only give money to a primary challenger, I’d work for them, too.
The staffer: “Yeah, I hear you.” Yeah, honey, I’ll bet you did.
These are the town halls Pete Peterson plans to stack with supporters who want to privatize Social Security. It would be really, really good if you could attend – you can apply here.
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If he’s running for PA’s governor, he needs to resign his job as attorney general. Sign the petition!
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March on Wall Street, right now. Of course the corporate media is ignoring it in primetime (even though it’s much bigger than a Tea Party rally), but you can watch live streaming here or Dylan Ratigan here:
PA Attorney General Tom Corbett is just one of the Republican politicians (he’s running for governor) who announced they will file a lawsuit claiming the new healthcare bill is unconstitutional.
If you want to sign a petition asking who he represents, sign here.
In the meantime, Washington governor Christine Gregoire rips into her state’s attorney general:
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