Dear Mr. Franks,
I have not voted in any elections for the last 20 years. However, events of the last couple of months, specifically the Democratic attempts at subversion of the Constitution, in an attempt to push agenda over law have caused me to once again take a deeply rooted interest in political affairs. I have the registration paperwork all filled out and will be filing it tomorrow.
I urge you to use whatever influence you have on congressional representatives from either side of the aisle to vote no on this health care reform bill. I fully realize, with only an hour to go before the vote you will probably not even see this email today. I cannot change that.
However, I can tell you that you and the other members of Congress now have my full and undivided attention. I will be watching, and I will be peddling whatever influence I may have with whomever may listen to me. We have come to this crossroads today because I and other people like me have been asleep. Asleep no more, I will most likely be a frequent contributor to your email box. In some instances, that may translate to a pain in the ass that I will make no apologies for.
The primary responsibility of a Congressional representative should not be to pass laws regarding the governance of the American people. Rather, that representative should, in every instance, seek to protect those they serve from the interference of government into private lives. A bit radical, I know, but contrary to what appears to be current thinking in Washington, We the Sheeple are watching for wolves.
From AZ District 2