posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 06:27 PM
I noticed my representative is supporting this bill. In fact, both representatives for Idaho are (oddly enough, being as red as it is, Idaho has both
a Democratic and a Republican representative).
I wrote him this letter:
Congressman Mike Simpson
802 W. Bannock, Suite 600
Boise, Idaho 83702
Dear Mr. Simpson,
I recently became aware that you are sponsoring H.R. 1207. I am writing you to say that I also strongly support this bill and I hope that you will
continue to support despite the efforts of the Federal Reserve to stop this bill from coming to fruition. As I understand it, there are some
cosponsors that have been swayed by the Fed and have pulled their sponsorship. Please don’t be one of those people.
I should note that I am against the very existence of the Federal Reserve, as many people are, but since it doesn’t seem like those who have the
power to abolish it ever will, at least in the near future, this bill will do just fine.
It’s time we hold somebody accountable for the mess we are in. There are many to blame, but I believe it starts at the Federal Reserve Bank.
Thank you for supporting this bill. I am proud that, not only is there somebody who has exercised some intelligence when it comes to fixing the state
of our economy, but also, that one of those people happens to be my representative.
Very Sincerely Yours,
--I'll let you know when and if I receive a response.
I strongly suggest many do the same. You can even use my letter as a template if you want. We need to let them no we support them so it may be
harder for them to pull back if the Fed tries to sway them.
If I find out Mr. Simpson pulls his sponsorship, I will send a copy of this letter with a scathing one decrying that foul decision.