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April 29, 2009

Please test our log-in fix

MEDIA NOTICE: Tomorrow morning (Thursday, April 30) President Jim Babka is scheduled to be a guest on Rob Johnson in the Morning on 840 AM KMPH, Stockton/Modesto, California, at 7:35 AM Pacific (10:35 AM Eastern). We believe you can Listen Live at their website,

Subject: Please test our log-in fix

As many of you know, we’ve had a problem with the log-in system on our website. This has forced us to use elaborate work-arounds, but hopefully NO MORE. We think we’ve fixed the log-in problem. It’s passed our early tests, but now we need to give it the ultimate test . . . YOU!

Help us test the fix by doing the following . . .

  • Click here
  • Scroll down to the form for sending a message to Congress
  • Log-in

If the fix works you’ll see the names and addresses for your Rep. and Senators near the top of the message form. If so, go ahead and send a message asking Congress to cut taxes. Here’s what I wrote in my personal comments . . .

“I’ve noticed something disturbing. Businesses lower prices during a recession, but governments do the exact opposite. Taxes are being raised at the local, state, and federal level. This contadicts the claim that the government is supposed to help us. Do like businesses are doing — lower the price we pay for government by cutting spending and taxes. That will help all of us to get back on our feet quicker.”

Now, IF the log-in fix DOES NOT work for you, please send us an email. Just hit Reply to this Dispatch.

Tell us what operating system and browser you’re using, and try to give us some details about what happened when you tried to log-in – the more details the better.

Hopefully, there won’t be any more problems, but we’ll see. And thanks in advance for helping us with this test.

Jim Babka
President, Inc.

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