Now you can give all 3 what they lack in a demonstration of true patriotism

WASHINGTON – First there was WND’s famous “pink slips campaign” in which every member of Congress was put on notice that voting against liberty and responsibility would result in their expulsion from office in November 2010.

Some 9 million pink slips were distributed to all 535 members of the House and Senate – twice causing runs on the nation’s supplies of pink paper and resulting in a sea of pink that would extend across the United States from California to the nation’s capital if laid end to end.

“Apparently that action was too subtle,” said WND Editor and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Farah. “Congress didn’t get the message – and continued on with its profligate spending and attacks on freedom.”

But many paid the price in that midterm election.

Then there was the “No More Red Ink” campaign, which is still alive and well – and by the looks of what’s happening in Washington, it will be going for some time. So far, more than 1.5 million red letters have been delivered to Republican House members explaining to them the simple fact that they can say no to any more borrowing – bring to a halt the rising national debt and forcing upon Washington what Republicans always claims they believe in: constitutionally limited government.

Now there’s a dramatic followup plan. WND is offering readers the opportunity to send exquisitely designed and bound copies of the Constitution to Barack Obama and the leaders of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

As you probably know, they badly need them.

For only $9.99, including guaranteed delivery by Fed Ex shipping, you can send to Obama, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid copies of the nation’s founding document so they will have no excuses as to the legal limitations on their power.

An accompanying note will also explain how they have already exceeded their constitutional authority and ask them to distribute the extra copies to their colleagues and staffs. They will be personally addressed to the recipients and will bear your name.

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