Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Neighborhood Walks Against Obamacare

Scroll for the current calendar of Neighborhood Walks


The first step was calling and emailing our elected officials. The next step involved taking our frustration and anger to the streets by protesting and holding tea parties. And now our next step is taking our knowledge, information, and passion to our neighbors.

This week marks a large, concerted, and astroturfed effort by Organizing for America to reach out into neighborhoods and communities to convince people to support the President's health care plan. Are you going to let them be the only ones talking to your neighbors?? With the MSM neglecting to do their job completely, the only way to get this information to our neighbors is to bring it to them ourselves.


I would love to see as many Neighborhood Walks planned as possible, and I would especially like to see them planned around the already organized canvassing events of Organizing for America. Just imagine a little Obot ringing the doorbell of a house we've already visited!


Tea Party Patriots has put together an amazing "how to" for organizing a Neighborhood Walk. I suggest anyone who is interested in doing all he or she can to fight socialized medicine follow the links below and step up to the plate by organizing a Neighborhood Walk.


Checklist
Script
Talking points
Sign up forms
Petition
Tea Party WA flyer


If you understand how serious this is, then I implore you to take action and organize a Neighborhood Walk (it doesn't even have to actually be your own neighborhood!) as soon as possible. Nancy Pelosi just announced today that she has the votes to bring the bill to the floor. According to the three Republican Representatives from Washington, on a phone conference today, the Democrats could bring it to the floor any time, at a moment's notice. That doesn't leave us a minute to sit back and relax.


Don't forget - when you are organizing your walk, take a look at what Obama's minions are planning in your neighborhood and try to beat them to the punch.


Calendar of Planned Neighborhood Walks:


When: Saturday, July 25
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Where: Bergen Place Park in Ballard, WA
Meet: At the corner of Leary Ave. NW, 22nd Ave. NW, and NW Market St.
Special instructions: Please go to the resource links above and print out 1 copy of the walking script, 2 copies of the talking points, 2 copies of the sign up sheets, and 2 copies of the Free Our Health Care Now petition. Bring a clipboard if you have one, water, snacks, appropriate clothes for the heat, sunscreen, and good walking shoes. We will bring extra copies for
those without!

When: Saturday, July 25
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Where: Dale Way Spray Park in Lynnwood, WA
Meet: At the corner of 190th St. SW and 64th Ave. W
Special instructions: Please go to the resource links above and print out 1 copy of the walking script, 2 copies of the talking points, 2 copies of the sign up sheets, and 2 copies of the Free Our Health Care Now petition. Bring a clipboard if you have one, water, snacks, appropriate clothes for the heat, sunscreen, and good walking shoes. We will bring extra copies for
those without!

When: Sunday, July 26
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Where: Everett Farmers Market, Everett Marina

www.everettfarmersmarket.com, Everett, WA
Meet: In the Marina parking lot, just beyond Lombardi's Restaurant
Special instructions: Please go to the resource links above and print out 1 copy of the walking script, 2 copies of the talking points, 2 copies of the sign up sheets, and 2 copies of the Free Our Health Care Now petition. Bring a clipboard if you have one, water, snacks, appropriate clothes for the heat, sunscreen, and good walking shoes. We will bring extra copies for
those without!




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