Friday, September 27, 2013

Share This So They Know!

Please take the time to Call your Congressmen and tell them not to shut down the Government.  Please call  the Congressional switchboard at 1-888-775-3148 and follow the prompts.

If you are a Federal Employee or are in the Armed Services, have a current or retired Federal Employee or member of the Armed Services in your family, or if you know a  Federal Employee or member of the Armed Services, Please take 5 minutes to call your Senators and House Member to tell them not to allow a government shutdown.

IMPORTANT: This information should not be downloaded using government equipment, read during duty time, or sent to others using government equipment, because it suggests action to be taken in support of and/or against legislation. Do not list your government email or government address in filling out this message, and do not use a government provided phone for this action.

Stop the Shutdown! Stop the Sequester!
You and I both understand how a government shutdown will affect the services you provide to the American public. But do your family, friends, and community know?
We're waiting to see what Congress will do with the Continuing Resolution to fund the government. In the meantime, we can gather public and community support around us. That's why we've created these "Stop the Shutdown" images that you can share on Facebook.
Facebook shares are an easy way to keep your friends informed so they know what's really at stake when House decides to play with shutting down government funding. Simply click on the picture, and share it through your Facebook account!

In Solidarity,
J. David Cox, Sr.
President, AFGE
1 Karl Rove: The GOP's Self-Defeating 'Defunding' Strategy

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