From the Desk of:
Steve Elliott, Grassfire

I'm fearing a dirty backroom deal will happen TONIGHT! If you want to stop a dirty spending deal, GO HERE TO LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD and see below. --Steve


Joe and the Left are banking on a TOTAL CAVE IN by the GOP...

The Left is DOUBLING DOWN in their push for MORE SPENDING and MORE TAXES -- even though spending and the debt are at record levels. And they're saying the GOP leaders "refuse to be reasonable in trying to find a common ground."

Let's be clear...

"Common ground" for the Left is ALWAYS MORE TAXES and MORE SPENDING and no rollback in spending or the size and scope of government! How do I know? Because this is the Left's PLAYBOOK! Grow government's tentacles and then say anyone who wants fiscal sanity is a "terrorist" and an "extremist."


The worst "deals" in Congress always happen after 6pm. If you are fearing a "dirty deal" and a "CAVE IN" to Joe's Big Spending demands, THEN TAKE ACTION RIGHT NOW!

+ + Action #1 -- Fax Congress and say ROLL BACK SPENDING, NO NEW TAXES!

The Left has identified VULNERABLE REPUBLICANS they are targeting. If just a handful cave, then Joe gets his way. That's why we've included these vulnerable Republicans in our most affordable FaxFire.

Go here now to fax Vulnerable Republicans and Key Senators (at up to 46% off) right now to say NO to Joe's Spending Insanity and new taxes push:

+ + Action #2 -- ALERT YOUR FRIENDS!

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On top of all this, the Left is working hard to DEMONIZE you and me. Joe blamed the impasse on "MAGA" over the weekend, and House Minority Leader Jeffries put the bull's eye on "extreme MAGA Republicans."

Again, we're concerned that a "dirty deal" could emerge tonight. This is when they pull their worst shenanigans.

If you think government debt and spending is out of control, then go here to take action now.

For life, liberty and limited government,

Steve Elliott, Grassfire

Steve Elliott


Steve Elliott is the co-founder of Grassfire, a 1.5 million member liberty-based citizen network. Steve likes to talk about politics, tech, faith and family.