Sunday, January 9, 2011

Next Campaign: Asking Virginia Foxx To Defend Her Views

If you would like to join us for the next letter writing/emailing/phone calling campaign, please send me an email (ccrynjohannsen AT gmail DOT com). Just write in the subject line: 'Virginia Foxx: Count me in for the next campaign.' We need as many volunteers as possible, so please don't hesitate to sign up and spread the word.

If you're wondering why we're launching this most recent initiative, look no further than this: Rep. Foxx to lead GOP Attack on Higher Education.

Rep. Foxx does not have the interests of students or student loan debtors in mind, and we need to ask her  - aside from the obvious (cha-ching) - why that's the case.

7 comments:

Nando said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/09/business/09law.html?

If you have not seen this piece in the NYT, please take a look.

In the paper version, the byline reads: "Deans Say Graduates Are Working. They Don't Say How Many Are at Home Depot."

Anonymous said...

Who keeps voting for this lady? WHO?

Brain Mechanic said...

Love the blog Cryn, keep up the great work. :)

Anonymous said...

We're ready for ya ginny! Student loans were reformed because people who give you money - Sallie Mae, Nelnet, etc. - all drove this industry into corruption between when it was handed from the government in the middle of the 00's until 2009. Yep, that's right, it has always been a government program - it was only handed to useless middlemen once Republicans paid back those who contributed to those Republicans.

Ginny took the following in the 2006 cycle along:

Campaign Contributions From Big Student Lenders in 2006:
NelNet Inc.: $7,000
Sallie Mae: $2,000
Citigroup: $1,000

Ginny is pure pay for play. We're ready, we have so much dirt on those useless middlemen who funnel you money, we're ready to make sure your integrity and character is associated with scum and the money they give you.

Anonymous said...

Is that a real photo or did you photoshop her eyes to make her look crosseyed and inbred? lol.

C. Cryn Johannsen said...

Let's keep it clean and polite. We can attack the ideas, but not the person's personality or looks.

Anonymous said...

If anyone wants to get a head start on their own:

Virgina Foxx
1230 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2071
Fax: (202) 225-2995