Save Our State of Massachusetts
Will Scott Brown stand with Harry Reid and the union bosses?
As early as TODAY, Harry Reid could move to cut off all debate and try to ram the Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill (S. 3194) into law.
And your U.S. Senator Scott Brown could be the deciding vote.
Embittered Senate Democrats in the outgoing renegade “lame duck” Congress are preparing a parting “going away” present for their Big Labor financiers — every police and firefighter’s paycheck on a platter.
Make no mistake. The Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill is designed to FORCE virtually every police officer and firefighter in the country under union boss control.
The bad news is, Scott Brown has supported this dangerous legislation in the past.
The key vote will be the “cloture” vote to cut off debate — a vote that, as you know, requires 60 votes to pass. The vote-count is razor-thin, and union bosses are putting massive pressure on Senator Brown to “give them” this vote.
But you and other Massachusetts citizens who are opposed to forced unionism can thwart the union bosses’ scheme and turn Senator Brown around.
That’s why it’s vital you contact Senator Brown now and insist he vote against the Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill on all votes, including cloture.
Senator Brown: call (202) 224-4543 or click here to e-mail
With his election two years away, Scott Brown may figure that you aren’t paying attention and he has “nothing to lose” by voting for the Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill now.
Please, contact Senator Brown now and urge him to oppose S. 3194 on all votes, including cloture…
…and tell him you’ll remember in upcoming elections if he votes with Harry Reid and the union bosses.
Your action could very well make the difference.
P.S. Union-label Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid could try to ram through the Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill as early as TODAY.
And Massachusetts’s U.S. Senator Scott Brown could be the deciding vote. Please, contact him immediately and insist he vote against S. 3194 on all votes, including cloture.