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National Call For Slow-Down [June 15, 2008]
"Slow-Down WednesdayS"



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June 15, 2008


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We are calling on ALL AMERICANS to stand up and take action. Our elected representatives are still again dragging their feet. On June 3, 2008, testimony was given before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation regarding the obvious manipulation of our energy prices. The desperately needed TRUCC bills (S.2910 & H.R.5977), which directly affect American's pocketbooks and will greatly assist in the survival of our professional drivers, are still sitting in sub-committees. No action by our elected officials is being aggressively pursued at this time relating to the domestic production of our resources to bring an end to our economic crisis. This is beyond being acceptable...action MUST be taken NOW before it's too late for America. You may not want to believe the level of urgency we are facing...but it is serious. We need All American citizens to become active and demonstrate to our elected representatives that action must be taken NOW.


Following is the second statement we ask All Americans to send to their representatives, and we also are asking for All Americans to participate every Wednesday in a slow-down action to demonstrate to our elected officials our strength in numbers and unity. When travelling our roadways...drive the legal minimum speed limit and stay to the right on interstates and 5mph below the posted speed on all other roadways. This action is within our state and federal laws, and will save you money on your fuel costs.


It's time for all Americans to stand up and speak out. It's obvious our elected officials are not going to get anything done to protect our great country unless we light a fire under their butts. We can no longer allow the slow wheels of our government to continue to let Americans be robbed of our way of life.


Use this link to locate your representatives:
Contact Your Elected Officials

[copy/paste this statement to your email and send to your representatives]

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June 15, 2008


To Our Elected Representatives,

Professional drivers are still being driven into bankruptcy. Companies are still going under. American jobs are still being lost. These are realities you, Our Elected Representatives, continues to allow with your in-action.

We have taken our voice to the hill and spoke of the actions we need. We have impressed upon you, Our Elected Representatives, the actions necessary to protect our way of life. We have given you, Our Elected Representatives, the information, and direction, to accomplish the necessary action we need.

During the week of June 9-13, 2008, you, Our Elected Representatives, once again did nothing to help professional drivers or American citizens. You, Our Elected Representatives, have once again allowed another week of suffering. More jobs have been lost, homes have been lost, businesses have gone under due to our current economic crisis, which can be addressed if you, Our Elected Representatives, would just act. You, Our Elected Representatives, continue to talk but get nothing done to help America. You, Our Elected Representatives, continue to bicker and point fingers instead of coming together in the interest of Americans to get something positive done.

During the week of June 9-13, 2008:

On the Senate floor - roll call vote

S.3044 (A bill to provide energy price relief and hold oil companies and other entities accountable for their actions with regard to high energy prices, and for other purposes.)
Rejected Motions to Invoke Cloture

H.R.6049 (To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide incentives for energy production and conservation, to extend certain expiring provisions, to provide individual income tax relief, and for other purposes.)
Rejected Motions to Invoke Cloture

S.3101 (A bill to amend titles XVIII and XIX of the Social Security Act to extend expiring provisions under the Medicare program, to improve beneficiary access to preventive and mental health services, to enhance low-income benefit programs, and to maintain access to care in rural areas, including pharmacy access, and for other purposes.)
Rejected Motion to Invoke Cloture

PN1065 (Confirmation Mark S. Davis of Virginia, to be US District Judge)
Confirmed On the Nomination

On the House floor - roll call vote

H.Res.1225 (Expressing support for designation of June 2008 as "National Safety Month".)
Passed On Motions to Suspend the Rules and Agree

H.Res.1243 (Recognizing the immeasurable contributions of fathers in the healthy development of children, supporting responsible fatherhood, and encouraging greater involvement of fathers in the lives of their children, especially on Father's Day.)
Passed On Motions to Suspend the Rules and Agree

H.Res.127 (Recognizing and celebrating the 50th anniversary of the entry of Alaska in the Union as the 49th State.)
Passed On Motions to Suspend the Rules and Agree

H.Res.1063 (Marking the 225th anniversary of the Treaty of Paris of 1783, which ended the Revolutionary War with the Kingdom of Great Britain and recognized the independence of the United States of America, and acknowledging the shared values and close friendship between the peoples and governments of the United States and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.)
Passed On Motions to Suspend the Rules and Agree

H.Con.Res.336 (Honoring the sacrifices and contributions made by disabled American veterans.)
Passed On Motions to Suspend the Rules and Agree

H.Res.1253 (Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 6003) to reauthorize Amtrak, and for other purposes.)
Passed On Ordering the Previous Question
Passed On Agreeing to the Resolution


H.R.6028 (To authorize law enforcement and security assistance, and assistance to enhance the rule of law and strengthen civilian institutions, for Mexico and the countries of Central America, and for other purposes.)
Passed On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass, as Amended

H.Con.Res.318 (Supporting the goals and ideals of the International Year of Sanitation.)
Passed On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree, As Amended

H.R.6003 (To reauthorize Amtrak, and for other purposes.)
Failed On Agreeing to the Sessions of Texas Amendment
Agreed On Agreeing to the Tom Davis of Virginia Amendment
Failed On Motion to Recommit with Instructions


Nothing to assist professional drivers or American citizens was accomplished. How long must Americans suffer before you, Our Elected Representatives, take action? How long must Americans tolerate your, Our Elected Representatives, ignorance to the will, and needs, of the American people?

This past week Americans have seen two notable attempts to get something done which helps America…the American Energy Solutions petition, and Rep. Kucinich’s resolution to impeach President Bush. Neither one has been acted upon, nor aggressively pursued. Rep. Kucinich’s resolution outlines justification for this action to have been voted upon immediately, but you, Our Elected Representatives, do not act in the best interest of American citizens. The American Energy Solutions petition outlines desperately needed action, but you, Our Elected Representatives, do not act in the best interest of American citizens. Our country is being destroyed and you, Our Elected Representatives, continue to act as if this is not important…continuing to ignore the needs of American citizens. How many more professional drivers and American citizens must lose their jobs and homes…everything they’ve worked so hard for…before you, Our Elected Representatives, begin to take the action necessary? You, Our Elected Representatives, have created this situation America is in and we are demanding you take the steps necessary to fix what you have done.

Once again…
Actions Needed Immediately:

1.) The immediate passing of S.2910 & H.R.5977 (TRUCC) to bring transparency to the trucking industry. To put professional drivers in the position of being able to make proper decisions regarding their business. It is only right that a businessman should be given the right to know he is being fairly paid for his services. Remove the broker’s ability to continue to rob our professional drivers…the backbone of this great country’s economy.

2.) The immediate action necessary, as testified by Mr. Greenberger, Mr. Soros, Mr. Ramm and Dr. Cooper, before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation regarding the re-instatement of commodity regulations which existed for 78 years before you, Our Elected Representatives, abandoned/changed those regulations…thus leading up to the current economic crisis America faces today. Testimony has been given by intelligent, competent and knowledgeable individuals. Individuals very much aware of the market they speak about.

3.) A commitment to open your doors to more than special interest groups, large corporations and commission representatives…but to professional drivers, and American citizens, with pertinent input to what’s happening to us. A commitment to pursue listening...acting accordingly to the will of the American people. A commitment to become more aware and active with the American people you represent. A commitment to understand the realities of what your decisions on the hill does to the American people.

America is standing on the edge of economic collapse and you, Our Elected Representatives, continue to not take the immediate steps, and action, necessary to protect our country. We are in need and you, Our Elected Representatives, are not doing the job we have elected you to do. We will continue to demonstrate through slow-downs across the nation. As each passing week goes by which you, Our Elected Representatives, do not get something done…we will continue to grow even larger in number and strength…eventually leading to an America shut-down if necessary. If you, Our Elected Representatives, do not take the steps, and actions, needed to protect our country - there soon will be no country to protect. As Americans, we have no choice but to demand - once again - you, Our Elected Representatives, put the interests of the citizens of this nation first, and take the necessary steps NOW to stop the impending disaster facing our nation.


“We The People”

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We are also asking all Americans to send a copy of this statement to the following U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation Members and the U.S. House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit Members (on page 2)...




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