So much is at stake:
1. Cap-and-trade: government outlawing energy sources which are the life blood of our economy (which means our prosperity and security)
2. Health Care "reform" which is actually more of the same as the government already pays for almost 50% of medical care and intensely regulates the rest.
Write your Congressman, or find where they are speaking by checking their websites. My rep has an email alert service which provides up dates on specific issues.
They will only know what you think if you speak out--and silence conveys a message of acceptance, if not agreement.
Thank you to Robert Tracinski for a motivating issue of TIA Daily reminding me of the importance of this type of action. Here's a part of what he had to say:
I agree with The Politico when it says that "Congress’s failure to deliver major health care legislation by President Barack Obama’s deadline next month transforms the traditionally sleepy August recess into what could be the decisive moment in the battle to win support for the legislation, especially from conservative Democrats considered crucial to its fate."
This is a perfect opportunity for political activism in favor of liberty, and it is a rare case in which your own, individual action can make a substantial and immediate difference. Go to your congressman's and your senators' website, find out where they will be appearing during the August recess, and let them know, in person, that you oppose this government takeover of health insurance—that you don't want to become a helpless ward of the state.