Tuesday, November 9, 2010

PublicCitzen: Independence and Power

Michael L.,

Hundreds of people—from New Hampshire to Oklahoma, Arkansas to Oregon—responded to the email we sent last Friday by contributing to Public Citizen.

Thank you!

We are all part of an unbreakable movement of citizens refusing to be debilitated by last week’s elections, recognizing instead that now is the time to stand united against corporations and their collaborators in office.

Because Public Citizen accepts no corporate or government funding, it is only with the remarkably generous support of ordinary Americans like you that we have the independence and power to challenge corporate greed and its chokehold on our democracy.

If you haven’t already, please consider making a contribution to Public Citizen today.

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Big Business is on an unprecedented spending spree: buying votes, bankrolling legions of lobbyists, dismantling progress at every turn. And turmoil is coming to Congress.

Our shared mission—to make sure that democracy works for We, the People, the way it was intended—has never been easy. It will be even harder in the coming months.

At times like these, the members and activists of Public Citizen must rise up together. Side by side, we have the strength to take on the corporate behemoths.

Contribute $20, $50, $100 or whatever you can afford and help Public Citizen resist the corporate takeover.


Allison Fisher, Anna White, Glenn Simpson & Rick Claypool
Public Citizen’s Online Action Team

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