November 6, 2018

Your efforts add up on the Write the Laws Act

The Write the Laws Act prohibits “legislating” by the executive branch Retweet

Quote of the Day: “Look at a stonecutter hammering away at his rock, perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet at the hundred-and-first blow it will split in two, and I know it was not the last blow that did it, but all that had gone before. – Jacob Riis

Keep doing our easy, repetitive actions. They’re the long-term key to victory. Do this now…

Tell Congress
Pass the Write the Laws Act!

And tell your libertarian friends (via email, Facebook, at meetings, or whatever) that…

  • The Write the Laws Act (WTLA) would prohibit Congress from delegating its legislative powers to unelected Executive Branch bureaucrats.
  • Congress would have to write, read, and pass all the rules you’re forced to obey.

Ask your friends to use our system to tell their reps to pass the WTLA. This is part of a long-term plan we have to locate and activate some of the 30-60 million dormant libertarians in America.

We think 200,000 dedicated people would be enough to pass the One Subject at a Time Act, the Read the Bills Act, the Write the Laws Act, and other proposals.

Remember these strategic points…

  • Blue-pill-myth: Congress doesn’t care what you think.
  • Red-pill-truth: Congress will bow to almost anything as long as the pressure is intense and persistent. Example: Most politicians are pro-immigration and pro-free trade, as are most Americans. But Congress is slowly bowing to the nativist minority because their pressure is intense and persistent.

Be intense and persistent…

Tell Congress
Pass the Write the Laws Act!

Thank you for being an ACTIVE DC Downsizer,

Perry Willis & Jim Babka
Downsize DC

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