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Saturday, August 8, 2009

September TOWN HALL MEETINGS w/ Jim Sensenbrenner

Info provided by Traditional Values Coalition.

Official: Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner
Topic: Town Hall

When: 09/12/2009
Starts: 09:00 AM
Where: Port Washington Police Department, 365 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington, WI

When: 09/19/2009
Starts: 01:00 PM
Where: West Allis Public Library, Constitution Room, 7421 W. National Avenue, West Allis, WI

When: 09/20/2009
Starts: 04:00 PM
Where: West Bend City Hall, Council Chambers, 1115 S. Main Street, West Bend, WI

When: 09/27/2009
Starts: 07:00 PM
Where: Richfield Village Hall, 4128 Hubertus Road, Richfield, WI

When: 09/28/2009
Starts: 07:00 PM
Where: New Berlin City Hall, 3805 S. Casper Drive, New Berlin, WI


Anonymous said...

Don't be afraid to let your voices be heard. Don't let him get a word in edge wise, interrupt as much as possible, chant, "just say no", as loud as you can. Carry signs mocking the president. Use Pelosi's name frequently. Even if it doesn't have anything to do with the subject matter. This will help demonize any thing being said. Don't forget, the speaker will attempting to feed you with lies, so don't even listen. Be as disruptive as humanly possible. Make sure these town hall meetings make the news like the rest of the town hall meetings. Stage a fight. I think we can turn out and be even crazier than any of the other meetings.

Anonymous said...

As taxpayers and voters it is our duty to let our elected officials, who we "hired", how we feel.

Afterall, this is OUR health care and the health care of our family members. Basically, it is our lives on the line.

Town hall meetings are for us to speak our minds and let our elected officials know how we feel. This our turn to raise our voices.

Remember they work for us.
They would get better care than the rest of us.

Do not let them use us as an experiment.

Anonymous said...

Darn right! We'd be doing the world a disservice if we didn't go to a town hall meeting and let those dirt #4%@ know that we hold them accountable. We have to speak our minds, even if we don't know what the hell we're talking about.

Matthew Wintergarden said...

No doubt. We owe it to taxpaying American citzens to assure them that they continue to enjoy the FREEDOM to watch insurance companies raise our premiums, deny our treatments and drop us from coverage. Those CEOs worked HARD to inherit their wealth, and with millions of taxpayers defending their rights to spend money made from denying claims on their fourth house and their yachts, they will thank us by (possibly) keeping the increase on our premiums under 10% next year.