ACTION ALERT: House PATRIOT Act vote on Monday!

Monday at 6:30 Eastern, the House is once again voting on HR514, which extends the PATRIOT Act until December of this year without introducing any new safeguards. So please try to find time this weekend to get involved and get the word out!

To start with:

Then help get the word out!

  • email this info to people
  • share it on Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter
  • leave a comment on any blog posts, articles, Facebook groups, and message board threads discussing the PATRIOT Act and make sure to include the link to the POPVOX page:
  • and if you’re on Twitter, tweet early and often using #patriotact hashtag — some suggested tweets in the first comment

Get FISA Right will be having a chat during the vote on Monday — watch our blog at for updates.

Have a great weekend … and make some noise!



5 Responses to ACTION ALERT: House PATRIOT Act vote on Monday!

  1. jonpincus says:

    For your tweeting pleasure:

    Demand JUSTICE, not the #patriotact via @GetFISARight @BORDC #p2

    ACTION ALERT: House to vote on #patriotact renewal Monday Please RT! #p2

    URGENT: Don’t let Congress extend the #patriotact without a debate! #p2 #tcot

    House to vote on Patriot Act extension Monday!!! Demand JUSTICE! #patriotact

  2. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Get FISA Right and Get FISA Right, lrflw. lrflw said: RT @GetFISARight: ACTION ALERT: House to vote on #patriotact renewal Monday Please RT! #teaparty #p2 #tcot […]

  3. Joe Bailey says:

    I am TEA Party all the way but were with you on this one! Down with the Patriot Act! thanks for getting such a great response site organized!

  4. […] Get FISA Right tips us off that the House of Representatives will be voting on final passage of H.R. 514 this Monday. That’s tomorrow, folks. H.R. 514 is the bill that reauthorizes core provisions of the Patriot Act. While the government tells us that the Patriot Act is all about catching rascally terrorists, only one half of one percent of the uses of Patriot Act powers are in terrorism cases. The government is ignoring the Fourth Amendment — and pursuing people based on their use of the First Amendment — for reasons that have nothing to do with terrorism. […]

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