HR 1207 * Fax Bomb * – Friday 3/25 – Fax Your Representatives Kit
If you agree with HR 1207 and would like to help – please send faxes to your representatives, this Friday 3/25, requesting that they co-support HR 1207 – Federal Reserve Transparency Act.
At the time of this post, there are 44 cosponsors (see the list below) in the House – I don’t believe there are any
in the Senate. Only fax them if they’re not a cosponsor yet. The idea for the fax bomb started over at the Ron Paul Forums.
If you don’t have a fax machine, you can send at least 2 faxes for free per day with http://www.faxzero.com. And even though this is a fax bomb, you are free to email and call as well
Click on one of the images below to download a.pdf version that you can print out and fax:
– Sample Letter –
I urgently seek your Support of H.R. 1207: The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009.
it has come to light that the Federal Reserve is not accountable to
American citizens. While we are required by law to give an accounting
of every penny we come in contact with, the Federal Reserve, in
contrast, can spend as it pleases without Congressional approval or
oversight. In this economic crisis, we deserve an accounting of how our
is being spent– H.R. 1207 will shed light on the Federal Reserve.
President Obama pledged to bring transparency to Washington D.C., and
by supporting this piece of legislation you are assisting the President in achieving this very worthy goal.
It should be noted that a common error among many members of Congress
is that Title 12, Ch.3, Subchapter II, §248b, which orders the Board of
Governors to give an annual independent audit of the Federal Reserve,
provides substantive information to Congress or the public. In reality,
these audits do not provide Congress with the critical information of
how the Federal Reserve is handling trillions of taxpayer dollars, and
we need to untie the hands of the Government Accountability Office by
reforming Title 31, section 714 to allow them to conduct full,
As of today, almost $10 trillion in bailouts and loans have been agreed
to by Congress, the Treasury Department, and the Federal Reserve.
our national debt approaching $11 trillion, it is critical that we
demand a full accounting of how the government has spent our money.
Federal Reserve, the unelected central bank of the United States,
releases details of its meetings and activities on its own time-table,
if at all. Its monopoly over the flow of money and credit in our
country has once again led us into a preventable economic crisis.
the Federal Reserve has refused to tell Congress and the rest of us how
it is spending our tax dollars as it piles bailout on top of bailout
and lends to other nations.
The Treasury’s supplementary financing accounts that fund Fed facilities allow the Treasury to funnel money to Wall Street without GAO or Congressional oversight.
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** List of Co-Sponsors (44 and growing!) **
Rep Abercrombie, Neil [D, HI-1]
Rep Alexander, Rodney [R, LA-5]
Rep Bachmann, Michele [R, MN-6]
Rep Bartlett, Roscoe G. [R, MD-6]
Rep Broun, Paul C. [R, GA-10]
Rep Burton, Dan [R, IN-5]
Rep Chaffetz, Jason [R, UT-3]
Rep DeFazio, Peter A. [D, OR-4]
Rep Duncan, John J., Jr. [R, TN-2]
Rep Foxx, Virginia [R, NC-5]
Rep Garrett, Scott [R, NJ-5]
Rep Grayson, Alan [D, FL-8]
Rep Heller, Dean [R, NV-2]
Rep Jones, Walter B., Jr. [R, NC-3]
Rep Kagen, Steve [D, WI-8]
Rep Kingston, Jack [R, GA-1]
Rep Marchant, Kenny [R, TX-24]
Rep McClintock, Tom [R, CA-4]
Rep Petri, Thomas E. [R, WI-6]
Rep Poe, Ted [R, TX-2]
Rep Posey, Bill [R, FL-15]
Rep Price, Tom [R, GA-6]
Rep Rehberg, Denny [R, MT]
Rep Rohrabacher, Dana [R, CA-46]
Rep Stearns, Cliff [R, FL-6]
Rep Taylor, Gene [D, MS-4]
Rep Woolsey, Lynn C. [D, CA-6]
Rep Young, Don [R, AK]
Rep Sessions, Pete [TX-32] – 3/23/2009
Rep Deal, Nathan [GA-9] – 3/23/2009
Rep Franks, Trent [AZ-2] – 3/23/2009
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Hey Larry, sent in my fax, but I didn’t know what to put as my own fax number. Hope this doesn’t make a difference? Thanks for the heads up. My first internet fax. investorzzo
investorzzo – sorry I messed up on the date – I listed it as Friday 3/25 and it should be Friday 3/27.
My apologies to all…
Virginia accounted for.
Message delivered to Congressman Glenn Nye, Senator Mark Warner and Senator Jim Webb.
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