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April 20, 2016

Why we think Obama is about to declassify the “28 pages”

Bob Graham’s phone call: Obama to declassify 28 pages. Retweet

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Good news! The Obama administration will declassify the 28 pages about Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 9-11 attacks. So says former Senator Bob Graham. But…

This doesn’t mean we can relent on pressuring Congress…

  • The White House told Graham it would take about two months to declassify the 28 pages. That’s way too slow
  • No media outlet has been able to get the White House to confirm what they told Graham
  • There is already pressure mounting behind the scenes, especially from Saudi Arabia, to keep the pages classified. So much so, some of that pressure has made it to the mainstream media

So we must continue to push Congress, perhaps as soon as our next message to you. But in the meantime…

There’s more good news to report on this front. Our partner in launching the Fiscal Responsibility Act — Rep. Rod Blum (R-IA) — announced he was going to read the 28 pages earlier this week.

We will soon mount a campaign to get everyone in Congress to do the same thing. But the action we want you to take today is very simple…

Thank Rod Blum for reading the “28 pages!”

You can leave a “Thank You” comment on his Facebook page here.

IF you do NOT have a Facebook account and don’t want one, then please send a letter to your Rep and two Senators urging them to declassify the “28 pages” using the Release the Censored 9/11 Pages campaign at

Thank you for being an ACTIVE DC Downsizer.

Jim Babka & Perry Willis

Downsize DC

P.S. Help Wanted: Integrated Marketing Communications Specialist

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The position is entry level and part time, so it’s not a get rich job. It’s flex-time and work from home (or wherever you choose). But it does require scheduling that overlaps with normal business hours on a near daily basis.

The ideal candidate has artistic ability, fluency in Photoshop, and samples of their work. This person is very active in social media, perhaps even studying to be an integrated marketing expert. If so, this will be excellent experience.

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