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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Five years later, first responders are dying



Firefighters and police officers who risked their lives on 9/11 are dying. The huge cloud of dust, created when something pulverized the concrete cores of the World Trade Center Towers, affected thousands of first responders and rescue workers, not to mention the survivors of the attacks and all the men, women, and children who were told that the air was safe to breathe by the head of the EPA, Christine Todd Whitman. The (Republican) mayor of New York City and the (Republican) governor of New York have chosen not to spend 1 billion dollars that Congress allocated for the healthcare costs of these innocent victims.

Those brave men and women ran into those buildings on that terrible day and this is how we repay them? For the true American patriots that risked their lives looking for survivors in that deadly pile, this is the thanks they get? A deadly disease and no respect from their own representatives in government?

If you think this is as disgusting as I do, please call and email your member of Congress and your Senators about the terrible behavior of these (Republican) New York officials. One billion dollars has been allocated to help these victims and yet the money has still not been spent. Our legislators need to know what is being done in our name. Call the Capitol at 1-888-355-3588 and let them know how you feel.

Call talk shows and email television personalities and encourage them to cover this heartbreaking story. The truth can get out, if we make it happen!

Categories: 9/11 Truth, Politics - National


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1 Comments:

At 3:59 PM, Blogger Tilter said...

Thanks for the info Tahoma Activist. This is how we get things done. There is so much going on. I made a call to ABC Sunday and received 30 seconds to voice my opinion about my objection to "The Path to 911". They certainly don't give you much time. I can think of a least two more minutes of complaining I could have done, and I don't talk much. I think my congressman and Senators are tired of my comments but, coffee should energize them.

By the way, today Ed Shultz tried to say after watching "Path" that it made this administration look bad too and that liberals shouldn't be too concerned about it. My opinion is there were lies told, many voting idiots will be persauded my distorted facts and it's disrepectful to vicitiims of 911

 

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