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1500 Bags of Pork Rinds for Senator Schumer

Posted by iusbvision on February 16, 2009

Michelle Malkin has this awesome post on her web site today:

1,500 bags of pork rinds for Schmucky

By Michelle Malkin  •  February 16, 2009 04:30 AM

Last week, I noted Kentucky radio talk show host Leland Conway’s campaign to send Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer bags of pork rinds in response to his arrogant claim that Americans don’t care about the pork in the trillion-dollar-porkulus.

Guess what? Conway’s call produced a mountain — an estimated 1,500 pork rind bags that will be packed up and delivered to the Schmuckster’s office. Yes, they care:

Guess he’ll just dismiss Central Kentucky taxpayers as more of the “chattering classes”…

Thank you Michelle and thank you WLAP!

4 Responses to “1500 Bags of Pork Rinds for Senator Schumer”

  1. Nancy Gould said

    Typical arrogant politician, totally out of touch! If he ever got out of Washington, he might get a true picture of what the masses are thinking. You can bet we despise the pork in the stimulus plan; how can these jokers ignore the wishes of the people? I’m sure most of this pork will end up in politician’s pockets,l relatives or friends! There is no trust and no confidence in our leaders, and the future is not rosy regardless of their platitudes and bailouts!

  2. kaz said

    I live in NY and would like to do the same thing.. Can you tell me where I can get started… Atleast I feel like i am doing something.

  3. iusbvision said

    Tell Chuck Schumer you care.

    Schumer, Charles E. – (D – NY) Class III
    313 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON DC 20510
    (202) 224-6542
    Web Form: schumer.senate.gov/new_website/contact.cfm
    Fax:202-228-3027

    District Office- Albany:
    Leo O’Brien Building, Room 420
    Albany, NY 12207
    Phone: 518-431-4070
    Fax: 518-431-4076

    District Office- Binghamton:
    15 Henry Street, Room B6
    Binghamton, NY 13901
    Phone: 607-772-6792
    Fax: 607-772-8124

    District Office- Buffalo:
    111 West Huron Street, Room 620
    Buffalo, NY 14202
    Phone: 716-846-4111
    Fax: 716-846-4113

    District Office- Hudson Valley:
    Post Office Box A
    Red Hook, NY 12571
    Phone: 914-285-9741
    Fax: 845-758-1043

    District Office- Long Island:
    145 Pine Lawn Road, Room 300
    Melville, NY 11747
    Phone: 631-753-0978
    Fax: 631-753-0997

    District Office- New York City:
    757 Third Avenue, Suite 17-02
    New York, NY 10017
    Phone: 212-486-4430
    TTYD Number: 212-486-7803
    Fax: 212-486-7693

    District Office- Rochester:
    100 State Street, Room 3040
    Rochester, NY 14614
    Phone: 585-263-5866
    Fax: 585-263-3173

    District Office- Syracuse:
    100 South Clinton Street, Room 841
    Syracuse, NY 13261-7318
    Phone: 315-423-5471
    Fax: 315-423-5185

    ***

    Reader Brian e-mails a great idea:

    Hello from the finally thawed out Lexington, KY!

    I just wanted to pass along to you that one of our local radio hosts, Leland Conway, has asked everyone to bring bags of pork rinds to the radio station so that they can be mailed to Sen. Shumer’s office along with a note explaining that at least some Americans do care about pork. Perhaps this is something that could be considered on an even larger scale across the country.

  4. bob said

    Schumer has been a big part of whats WRONG with Washington since his frist day in office. His Left Wing arrogant retoric has become his trademark.

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