Sunday, May 16, 2010

Tomorrow: Big rally on K Street

Dear MoveOn member,

From Wall Street to the Gulf of Mexico, the news lately has been full of disasters caused by big corporations. They're out of control. Unaccountable. And they're getting away with it because they've bought so much influence in Washington.

It's time to take on the corporate lobbyists who have a stranglehold on our democracy. So on Monday at noon, thousands of progressives from MoveOn, AFL-CIO, SEIU, Jobs for Justice and National People's Action are going straight to K Street in Washington, DC to let the corporate lobbyists and their friends in Congress know we've had enough.

Since you don't live in the DC area, you probably think you can't be there. But we've rigged up an awesome virtual "march" web page that will allow you to still make your voice heard—right from your desk. You can join the event live from your computer anytime between 11:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. Click here to RSVP:

At the virtual march, you can:

  • Check out live video and a live blog from the march site.
  • Make sure the march's message reaches Washington by letting your senators know we need to end the domination of corporations in Washington, DC.
  • Talk to other virtual marchers and share a photo of yourself with your own rally sign.
RSVP to join the march online and add your voice here:

Hope to see you there, and thanks for all you do.

–Ilyse, Amy, Tim, Milan, and the rest of the team

P.S. The virtual march will be posted at this link tomorrow, if you want to bookmark it now:

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