Tell Congress to Get Back to Work!


Already today we’ve heard from many of you who are disappointed by Congress’ failure to come together and find a solution to avoid the government shut down.  But there is hope. There remain mainstream Republicans (and RMC allies) who understand that dialogue and discussion are not a sign of weakness but are the keys to moving forward. Here are recent statements from just a few of these commonsense leaders:

Congressman Charlie Dent (R-PA) spent Monday trying to convince fellow mainstream Republicans to to take a stand against the extremists, “I think now it’s imperative that we just fund the government, get on with the business of governing.”

Similarly, Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) said that what is playing out in Washington “is an effort to clearly raise the profile in terms of why the Affordable Care Act is not working, why we really haven’t worked to reform health care. But does it solve the problem that we’re dealing with? No, it really doesn’t.”

Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) echoed this call for a return to practical, solutions-based policy.  “We have an obligation to govern and it does not make sense to link defunding ObamaCare, as much as I’d like to see that come about, with a measure that is essential to keep government funding.”

We need to show these commonsense conservatives that they are not standing alone. Join us today in telling Congress to get back to work!  If you have recently made a donation- Thank you! If not, please consider making a contribution now, to help RMC continue supporting these outspoken common sense conservatives!

5 Comments on “Tell Congress to Get Back to Work!”

  1. mak says:

    I work in the health system – sorry but the affordable care act IS working. I would like to know what money is backing you to create this mess. Get back to work and keep the affordable care act.

  2. Justin Wiley says:

    I wish all of government would stop acting so frickin entitled and start doing the job you are paid to do!! Every single one of you people are embarrassing to have for leaders of this country!!!! You can’t even call you leaders you are ALL acting worse than 5 year olds on a playground. I have never seen more childish behavior in my life…..AND I have worked with a lot of kids! You are really going to cripple this country to prove your pathetic points!?!?!? What about all the little people whose lives are going to be destroyed because of ALL of your games……Not the Democrats, not the republicans, BUT ALL of you! I can’t express more what a joke all of you are!!! I wish I could have the opportunity to sit you all down in one room and make you listen to what I have to say. I guarantee by the time I was done with all of you not a single one of you would have a single word to say!!!! Now for the sake of this country get your butts back to work and do your ficken job that you are extremely well paid for! This country needs you to do the job you are there to do and now!!!!

  3. David Keddell says:

    All of Congress should resign and let some everyday people take over, this party BS above the interest of the country stinks, if I could I would fire you ALL!!!!!!

  4. Kyle Jordan says:

    Can someone new down in Washington please take the point and lead the government back to being a model for cooperation and compassion. Check your ego at the door, its time to get back to business and start working and stop worrying about the latest sound bite.

    Some real hard decisions have to be made and members of both parties need to start thinking about the legacy they are creating.

    Let’s start hearing from the junior members of both parties and their direction they want to move forward and stop listening to the same ole leaders who have forgotten about the common good they once stood for.

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