Pink Slips campaign

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Pink Slips Campaign formerly "Send Congress a Pink Slip", was a protest organized by Joseph Farah and Janet Porter to put Congress on notice. They had a goal of sending each and every member of Congress more than 5,000,000 pink slips which read YOU ARE BEING PUT ON NOTICE. Inspired by the Tea Party Movement and appalled at the actions of the Obama Administration and the 111th Congress, the pink slips campaign was message that Congress better listen to the will of the people or they'll be removed from office November 2nd, 2010. Each slip mentions that any votes for government health care, Cap and Trade, hate crimes legislation and any more spending - and they're out of a job, "If you vote for any of these, your real pink slip will be issued in the next election." More than 7 million pink slips have been sent to Congress at a cost of $29 each. Reports had boxes upon boxes of pink slips piled up in Congressional offices.

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