Tuesday, August 04, 2009

How to hear what you want to hear at district meetings

Some congressmen and senators have had the insult of having to listen to people who disagree with their support of Obama's takeover of health care. Senator Jumpin' Arlen Specter But Rep. Jay Inslee is taking no chances: "Sorry for the late notice" - just a few hours. Oh, you didn't hear about it in time? That's OK all my supporters knew about it and called in. It's nice to get such support from "the public" for the takeover of health care. Congressman Jay Inslee cancelled a telecon scheduled for July 23. I'm sure he had a good reason, but, how convenient, the wrong people might have known about it. But he found time for one on July 29 just earlier the same day. So who knew about it? Welcome - U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee, WA-01: - Inslee to hold telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, July 29:
Inslee to hold telephone town hall meeting - Wednesday, July 29 July 29, 2009 Rep. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) is hosting a telephone town hall meeting tonight so he can speak with his constituents about the health care reform bill. The call begins at 7:10 p.m. PDT and will last for one hour. In the call, Rep. Inslee will give a update on the health care reform bill and its status. After that, he will then answer constituent's questions and listen to comments and concerns about the legislation. Dial-in information is as follows: -- Toll-free participant line: 877-229-8493 or 877-269-7289 -- Conference code: -----
Via NW Digest

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