Please STOP the doubletalk, and voting with your party Wingnut’s, not your constituents. I sent you another email a month ago with a question about women’s rights in America and your voting record of consistently voting NO to all Women’s Rights legislation...but you did not answer! This time I will snail mail you this article I posted for all to see!
Judy Biggert lies on top of it...always trying to lie to our seniors about what is in the Health Care Reform bill. There are many seniors that live in my district that are uninformed and listen to only what their Rep. Judy Biggert tells them. She is putting FEAR into them to go along with her on Republican Party’s platform to vote NO on all good legislation! Just so she can get the money she needs from her party to run again!
On the defensive over the false claims in the flier, Biggert claimed that she was “not trying to upset” seniors and assured a reporter from the Chicago Daily Herald that she did not hand out the fliers at the senior centers she recently visited. – Chicago Daily Herald
You were trying to upset seniors and follow your party Wingnut’s platform of NO! You personally did not hand them out, true ! But your administration and volunteers DID on your orders! This is not acceptable!
I do not expect an answer from Judy Biggert, since she only gives answers to people that are for what she and her Wingnut party want, not what the people in her District want and need...and she does not explain her position clearly on any legislation up in the house, but leads people to FEAR instead by her double-talk.
Not someone I want representing ME! Just another puppet as far as I am concerned...vote her out at the next election. – Chris L. Joanet (a constituent)
Earlier this month, 219 Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House voted to pass the health care reform bill. Your representative, Rep. Biggert, was not one of them.
Rep. Biggert let you down again; she let all of us down, by voting 'No' on health care reform. But your voice still can be heard in Washington. The House has voted, but the Senate still is working on its health care reform bill.
We need to make sure your senators don't make the same mistake representative Judy Biggert did. Write your senators, today, urging them to support health care reform that works for America's working families by:
Including a strong public health insurance option to break the stranglehold of insurance companies and bring down costs;
And since the House of Representatives will have to vote on this important issue at least one more time, send that letter to your representative to leave no doubt that you are paying attention and want to see real health care reform.