(CNN) – MoveOn.org Political Action, a liberal advocacy group that supports many Democratic causes and Sen. Barack Obama presidential candidacy, will launch radio advertisements Friday that target six GOP members of Congress over their involvement in a week-long protest by House Republicans.
Since Congress’ five-week long recess began last Friday, some House Republicans have taken to the House floor every weekday to protest Congress’ failure to vote on an energy bill.
“The political theatrics in the House this week are brought to you by the Party that’s been sold to Big Oil,” said Noah T. Winer, in a statement released by MoveOn Thursday. “They are playing politics instead of offering solutions,” Winer, a campaign director at MoveOn also said in the statement.
The radio ads will air in the districts of Rep. Roy Blunt (Missouri’s 7th District), Rep. Mike Pence (Ohio’s Indiana’s 6th District), Rep. Mary Fallin (Oklahoma’s 5th District), Rep. John Culberson (Texas’s 7th District), Rep. Mike Conaway (Texas’s 11th District), and Rep. Jon Porter (Nevada’s 3rd District).
Newt Gingrich, former Republican Speaker of the House, met with House Republicans Wednesday, followed by a Capitol Hill press conference. The GOP protest is being support by a burgeoning movement of conservative online political activists.
CNN = MoveOn.org
Move ON is a democrat lie, Soros and Michael Moore invest millions in Halliburton, and then get everyone hyped up on how evil the corporate war profiteering is. I guess they like Dick Cheney more than I do. Sounds like Gore on conservation. Sorry, not our solution.
Democrat for McCain
Fed up with these political theatrics. You are out this November.
All those Socialists pigs at Move on .org. SUCK
The only boneheads that listen to MoveOn.org are the politicians they've got in their pockets.
Can anyone say 'General Betray-us'...ooh that was a gooood one. You people are a joke....'nough said.
I WISH MOVE ON WOULD DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT ARTICLE ON McCAIN ABOUT CAMPAIGN FUNDS.
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