WND'S JOSEPH FARAH CALLS FOR "GENERAL UPRISING OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE"
And it couldn't come at a better time.
If you only read one article today, it should be the one written by WND's Editor, Joseph Farah. And if you blog, Farah's article should be mentioned and linked.
Farah is proposing something that all of us should've been doing long ago: GETTING CONGRESS' ATTENTION.
The price of gasoline is what sparked Farah's call to action and he's asking for all bloggers and radio talk show hosts to get involved.
The average price of a gallon of gas has dipped below $4, so don't go thinking everything's ok, because it isn't. Not only are we being screwed, our national security is on the line--it's time we let congress know who they work for.
From Farah's article:
Farah is calling on Americans to flood Congress with e-mails, phone calls, letters and text messages demanding action that can lead the country in the direction of energy independence.
"Right now, that means lifting the moratorium," he says. "That's the first step. If we can't agree on that as Americans today, then we are in for a long period of national economic decline. If we can't push Congress to do the right thing with even a strong majority of Democrats behind us, then this country is simply no longer a place where the will of the people means anything."
For me, Farah has great timing. More later.