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Tweet @speakerboehner and tell him Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4 UPDATED


UPDATE 4 June one month to go

Today I will try to finish posting this to all Senators
 @speakerboehner Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4
I have also put up a petition at change.org
This is only day three
I am for progress each day
By the middle of June I hope to have visibly increased pressure
on the Speaker
We cannot wait

Original Post Unchanged:

Last night I launched an effort to create a massive wave on Twitter aimed at actual results
Please join following campaign. 
Our message:  @speakerboehner Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4
By tweeting this post you can help

Here are some other messages so far 


@speakerboehner On July 4 you plan golf at a luxury course paid for by your bosses. Pass Obama Jobs Act by then and we'll see.
@SavannahGuthrie Our message: Tweet @speakerboehner and tell him Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4 



@PoliticalTicker We're not playing politics. Our message:@speakerboehner and tell him Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4 Report it! 

@stephencrose @katyperry @speakerboehner Thanks. I hope Katy will tweet her followers: 

@speakerboehner Pass Obama Jobs Act by July 4 

@ladygaga Dear Lady Please help lead massive Twitter effort 2 get@speakerboehner 2 pass President's jobs act by July 4. We're doing it!





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