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Come Dasher, Come Dancer, Come Coffman, Come Jobs Not Cuts For Us All!

December 5, 2012 by Fair Share


We’ve told you before why we like to stay in touch with Congressman Mike Coffman – he works for us and we feel it’s his duty to respond to and represent his constituents. So as we enter into the holiday season, we’re making a list for the Congressman, and we expect him to check it twice.

Up first, it’s time to give the Congressman a call. Unlike calls to the North Pole, there’s no long distance fee — so give Coffman a ring at (720) 283-9772 or at his DC office at (202)-225-7882 to remind him about what we voted for in November.

Here’s the message you can deliver, with bells on: We want him to vote to extend the middle class tax cuts, make the richest 2% pay their fair share, and protect hospital and nursing home care, education and other vital services from cuts.

Remind him that is voting in favor of the middle class tax cuts that will benefit 98% of Americans and 97% of small businesses making $250,000 or less. It will ensure that the average middle class family of four doesn’t pay an extra $2,200 more in taxes next year. How’s that for holiday cheer?

Next up on the list: we’re bringing this message directly to Coffman on December 10 when we deliver a jobs not cuts petition to him. Make sure you sign and let him know you’ve seen the list, checked it twice and you have clear ideas about what’s naughty (cuts) and what’s nice (jobs).

Because if we join our voices together to tell Coffman and all of our representatives, something quite lovely and un-Grinchlike might happen:

And then a sound rose, from across the land
That’s a noise, I simply must hear,” grinned the Republicans.
They put their hands to their ears
And they did hear a sound rising over the snow.
It started in low. Then it started to grow…

“Jobs Not Cuts,” the Middle Class Yelled!

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