Baggers modify software to allow signing multiple times on Debt Ceiling

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Looks like the baggers are getting desperate to find support in America to back their debt ceiling plan(s).

E-mail I just received.

Dear Patriot,

It has been brought to our attention that one of the limitations of our incredible petition software is that it blocks our members from making contact on a single issue more than once in a 10-day period. We have created a workaround specifically for the debt ceiling because as pressure mounts to make a deal, we need to keep the pressure on! So, to all the patriots who have already taken just a couple of moments to contact your elected representatives on this important issue, please follow this new petition link to make contact again.

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The TP website managers are just too lazy to create a new action after each round of mosh pit action. This will undercut their overall effectiveness and cause all of the submissions to be discounted once people recognize multiple submissions. A personal letter or visit is still the most effective way to get the message across followed by phone calls ... email is much less effective because of its vulnerability to spamming.

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