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tangent4ronpaul
05-11-2010, 10:24 AM
Dear Liberty Activist,

The Senate vote on Senator Vitter's Audit the Fed amendment is likely today, please CLICK HERE to let your Senators know to support the Vitter Amendment.

http://www.chooseliberty.org/vitter1.aspx?pid=rp2

The talk of "change" in Washington, D.C. is, as you know, a sham.

Nothing proves this more than the current debate on Senator Dodd's Restoring American Financial Stability Act, which you and I know should be called the Fed Empowerment Act. Senate leadership is hoping to cram more big government down our throats to cover up for the economic problems caused by you guessed it big government.

Our nation faces major challenges for which the freedom movement has the solutions, and this is no time to back down. While the Sanders amendment takes important steps toward more transparency, the thorough audit language we fought to pass in the House last year is no longer present.

But there is good news. Senator David Vitter will offer a strong Audit the Fed amendment to restore that language, but it needs all the help we can give it to pass.

A vote could come as soon as tomorrow.

Click here to read the important letter Campaign for Liberty's President, John Tate, has sent to every senator. Then, please take action to turn the heat up on your senators by phone, email and fax regarding the Vitter amendment.

IPSecure
05-11-2010, 10:26 AM
Vote Failed.

37-62

Brian Defferding
05-11-2010, 10:46 AM
Vote Failed.

37-62

Very. Angry. Is there a link to information on which Senator voted yay or nay?

NYgs23
05-11-2010, 10:49 AM
Well, that was quick. Is it done for good, then?

Imaginos
05-11-2010, 11:21 AM
Very. Angry. Is there a link to information on which Senator voted yay or nay?
Yeah, I also want to know who voted yes or no.
:mad:

torchbearer
05-11-2010, 11:23 AM
Well, that was quick. Is it done for good, then?

we have a slim shot in conference. the house bill still has ron's amendment.
they will have to figure out which one goes in the final bill.