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Aaron Schock Town Hall Meeting

When: November 2, 2009 7:00 PM

Where:
Five Points Washington
360 N. Wilmor Road
Washington, IL 61571

U.S. Representative Aaron Schock will be holding a public town hall meeting on Monday evening in Washington (near Peoria), Illinois.  Rep. Schock will use this opportunity to discuss the national healthcare bill.

A press release for this event was posted just minutes ago: http://www.pjstar.com/news/x1659493955/Schock-plans-town-hall-meeting-on-health-bill
If you are able to attend this event, please remember to keep your tone and manner respectful at all times.  Hope to see many of you there!!
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purple shirtsRemember this?>>> Oct 5th story from our blog?

News from Michelle Malkin>>> yesterday’s blog:

“SEIU-endorsed Gov. Pat Quinn signed an executive order in June approving collective bargaining by “individual providers of home-based support services” — effectively busting open the doors of private homes for the Purple Shirts of the SEIU and other union competitors hungry for new dues-paying members. SEIU and its minions leaned hard on providers to join — even sending out-of-state workers to intrude on families with the promise of juicy benefits and health care coverage. Democrat officials tried to intimidate parents like Pam Harris into silence over their efforts to inform providers that they could vote for no representation.

The thuggery backfired. Bigtime.”

See this article from CBS Channel 2 Chicago>>>

Thanks to the efforts of the families caring for disabled family members in their homes, this attempt did not stand:

This from Michelle Malkin’s Oct 5th post:

“Pam Harris of Western Springs, Illinois, the mother of a 20-year-old son with severe developmental disabilities who receives in-home care stipends, questioned the state’s failure to make a no-representation option clear. She and other parents dared to criticize the union effort publicly in a piece published September 3 in the Chicago Tribune. (”I am not an employee of the state,” Harris said. “I work from my home. I don’t want the union in my home. I can Norma Rae with the rest of them.”) Harris and other parents scraped together their own money (no match for Big Labor coffers) and put together an informational flyer to counter-balance the pro-union propaganda and inform home-based providers that they could opt for no union representation.”

Way to Go Pam Harris of Illinois!!

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Parents beware! According to a leaked network memo from the Entertainment Industry Foundation, there will be a media push for “volunteerism” and “service” from Oct 19-25 on 60 network TV shows*. According to the memo Pres. Obama has called for this action. It sounds like a worthy cause, right? Read John Nolte’s article here>>>

Well, in part it may be a good thing but according to Stage Right at Big Hollywood. Breitbart.com

If your 12 year-old hears about this volunteer initiative and follows the lead of her favorite TV star, she will go to www.createthegood.com and type in her favorite cause.  If she’s been paying attention to the news these days (or listening to the lectures from most public school teachers) she will know that “Health Care” is a big deal these days.  All she has to do is type “Health Care” into the search engine with her zip code (let’s say 90210 cause we love those adorable Beverly Hills high school kids) and she’ll get a whole host of opportunities to serve.

Go ahead… open that link and you’ll see twelve opportunities to serve.  Look at items “H”, “I” and “L.”  All are from Planned Parenthood:

“With President Obama’s focus on health-care reform, now is an exciting and crucial time for us to broaden our support and make sure that the new health-care plan includes women’s health. We’re holding a series of phone banks to identify new people who share our commitment to reproductive freedom.” Read the rest of the article here>>>

Other websites that will be promoted are iparticipate and serv.gov

From Patrick Courrielche

By itself though, there is nothing nefarious about pushing volunteerism. However, there have been many warning signs that the White House is attempting to politicize national service. Read the rest of his article here>>>

*Here is a list of TV shows running the ads:

ABC
All My Children, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Brothers and Sisters, Castle, Cougar Town, Dancing With The Stars, Desperate Housewives, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Flash Forward, General Hospital, Good Morning America, Grey’s Anatomy, Hank, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Modern Family, One Life To Live, Private Practice, The Forgotten, The Middle, The View, Ugly Betty

CBS
Cold Case, Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Gary Unmarried, Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs

FOX
America’s Most Wanted, Bones, Brothers, COPS, So You Think You Can Dance, Til Death

NBC
30 Rock, Access Hollywood, Community, Days of Our Lives, Heroes, Parks and Recreation, The Biggest Loser, The Office, Today Show

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purple shirtsThe labor unions in Illinois are now going to the homes of families who are caring for their disabled family members. The purpose of these “visits”? To check on their well-being?  NO.  The State of Illinois provided to SEIU and AFSCME the names and addresses of all 3,500 home care service providers within the State — with the express purpose being to increase the unions’ membership rolls, influence, and political clout.  They have an executive order from Pat Quinn, Governor of Illinois. They have failed to adequately explain that joining the union is optional. For more details, go to Michele Malkin’s blog.

An excerpt from Michele Malkin’s blog:

Pam Harris of Western Springs, Illinois, the mother of a 20-year-old son with severe developmental disabilities who receives in-home care stipends, questioned the state’s failure to make a no-representation option clear. She and other parents dared to criticize the union effort publicly in a piece published September 3 in the Chicago Tribune. (”I am not an employee of the state,” Harris said. “I work from my home. I don’t want the union in my home. I can Norma Rae with the rest of them.”) Harris and other parents scraped together their own money (no match for Big Labor coffers) and put together an informational flyer to counter-balance the pro-union propaganda and inform home-based providers that they could opt for no union representation.

The union-pandering state government responded by trying to gag parental critics — yet another stark illustration of SEIU president Andy Stern’s “persuasion of power.”

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There were “just a few thousand” people in the March on Washington DC on 9/12/2009 according to the “fringe” media.

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Yeah….”just a few”

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Welcome all 912ers! and others of like mind. You can read our “About” page to find out where we are coming from and where we are going. Our group is growing in numbers and knowledge every day. Many small groups have formed and we are engaged in this fight for our republic and our freedoms. Some of our members just returned from Washington DC having gone there for the March on 9/12/09. It was a once in a lifetime experience that we won’t soon forget. Enjoy some of our pictures:

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