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Call Sens. Nelson and Rubio: Stop a war before it begins

In EYEONCITRUS.COM on kp53 at 311531

America has an incredible opportunity to finalize an agreement

that would prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and demonstrate that diplomacy is a realistic alternative to war.

Will you call Senators Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio right now to tell them that you strongly support this diplomatic agreement?

Please call now—and say something like, "This agreement with Iran will make the world

safer. The alternative is putting us on a path to another Mideast war. I’m calling on my senators to strongly support the

agreement."

Here’s where to call:

Senator Bill Nelson

Phone: (202) 224-5274

Senator Marco Rubio

Phone: (202) 224-3041

Then, so we know how it went and have up-to-date information on what members of Congress are telling their constituents,

please report your call by clicking here:

http://pol.moveon.org/call?tg=FSFL_1.FSFL_2&cp_id=2314&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=1

Americans

support this deal by a large margin.1 But war hawks are planning to spend as much as $40

million on fearmongering ads, lobbying, and other campaign tactics to

bully Congress into sabotaging diplomacy.2

We can’t outspend

the war hawks, but we can out-mobilize them if we all speak up. The Senate is going on summer vacation next week, and it’s

critical

they hear from us in Washington before they head home.

Can you call Sens. Nelson and Rubio right now to voice your support for this diplomatic deal?

Senator Bill Nelson

Phone: (202) 224-5274

Senator Marco Rubio

Phone: (202) 224-3041

Then click here to report how the call went:

http://pol.moveon.org/call?tg=FSFL_1.FSFL_2&cp_id=2314&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=2

This deal would be a historic achievement, making us all safer and

disavowing the militarism and warmongering that led us into Iraq.

You

can tell a lot about this diplomatic achievement by who stands against

it and the language they are using. Ted Cruz compared the Obama

Administration to Islamic terrorists for pursuing peace.3 Mike

Huckabee compared this deal to the Holocaust.4

The other side will say anything, do anything, and spend anything to make sure diplomacy fails.

All month, we’ll be asking members like you to call your senators—today’s your day. Can you make the call right now?

Senator Bill Nelson

Phone: (202) 224-5274

Senator Marco Rubio

Phone: (202) 224-3041

Then click here to report how the call went:

http://pol.moveon.org/call?tg=FSFL_1.FSFL_2&cp_id=2314&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=3

Over

the next month, we’ll share opportunities to visit members of Congress

when they are home for recess. Earlier this week, we joined other grassroots

groups and members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus to deliver

pro-diplomacy petitions signed by hundreds of thousands of Americans to

Capitol Hill. And just yesterday, thousands of MoveOn members joined a call with President Obama to talk about this historic

opportunity.

Your call today will contribute to this loud, powerful,

collective call for peace.

Thanks for all you do.

–Jo, Erica,

Brian, Justin K., and the rest of the team

Sources:

1. "Majority Favors Iran Nuclear Deal Despite Doubts That It’ll Work (POLL)" ABC News, July 20, 2015

http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305642&id=&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=4

2. "Big money and ads clash over Iran nuclear deal," USA Today, July

22, 2015

http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305639&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=5

3. "Ted Cruz: Millions And Millions Of People May Die Because Of Iran Nuke Deal," Crooks and Liars, July

23, 2015

http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305640&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=6

4. "Huckabee: Obama marching Israel to ‘door of the oven,’" CNN, July 26, 2015

http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305641&id=126786-9668693-lD7ZwLx&t=7

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PATIENT BEWARE-PATIENS CAVETE

In corporation HCA, fraud, Governor Rick Scott, patiens cavete, PATIENT BEWARE on kp26 at 311525

remember not to say anything about how we are now going to have access to their accounts!!

They’ll never find out until it’s too late……

PATIENS CAVETE!

HCA CITRUS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Inverness FL 

The local (Citrus County) and state wide hospitals that are own by Governor Rick Scott (Florida) corporation HCA are now committing fraud when handling payments from patients. A treated individual is asked to furnish a payment of some sort for the services they are about to receive. If you give them your credit or debit card as the method of payment there is no mention nor written notice that you are agreeing in the eyes of HCA to have a recurring payment set up to automatically remove payments from your account (if debit card) or charge to your account (if credit card) on a monthly basis or whenever they deem a payment necessary! In other words, unauthorized future payments.

HCA OAK HILL HOSPITAL Spring Hill FL

There is no easy recourse to stop this fraud other than turning over your old card to the institution where you got it and having a new card reissued, this requires a visit to the bank, in the case of a debit card, time consuming and inconvenient, with a credit card all the hierarchical red tape you have to go through explaining and obtaining another card. The best course of action, pay cash or get a money order, steps not easily taken when being treated in an emergency situation. Patient BEWARE.

Coroner: Man, adult son on plane that collided with F-16

In EYEONCITRUS.COM, F-16 Cessna 150 collide on kp54 at 311508

by Susanne M. Schafer,

Debris from a F-16 fighter jet and plane collision scatter the ground near Moncks Corner, S.C., Tuesday, July 7, 2015. People aboard the smaller Cessna were killed, and the plane was completely destroyed, National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Peter Knudson said. (WCIV-TV via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; LOCAL TV OUT

Debris from a F-16 fighter jet and plane collision scatter the ground near Moncks Corner, S.C., Tuesday, July 7, 2015. People aboard the smaller Cessna were killed, and the plane was completely destroyed, National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Peter Knudson said. (WCIV-TV via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; LOCAL TV OUT

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (AP) — A man and his adult son were on board a small plane that was destroyed when it collided with an F-16 fighter jet over a rural, sparsely populated area in South Carolina, a coroner said Wednesday.

Authorities have recovered the body of 68-year-old Michael Johnson, the passenger, Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury said. They are still searching for the body of his son, 30-year-old Joseph Johnson, who was piloting the Cessna 150.

Debris from the collision, which happened near Moncks Corner, was scattered over a broad area about 20 miles northwest of Charleston, but there were no reports of any residents hurt or homes damaged, Berkeley County spokesman Michael Mule said Tuesday.

An investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board was joining the investigation and the NTSB planned to hold a news conference Wednesday to announce its initial findings, spokesman Peter Knudson said.

The jet’s pilot, Maj. Aaron Johnson from the 55th Fighter Squadron, ejected from his aircraft safely and was taken to Joint Base Charleston’s medical clinic for observation, officials from Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter said in a news release.

The jet crashed into woods around the privately owned Lewisfield Plantation, an estate dating to 1750.

“We heard the plane crash,” said Leo Ramsey, who has worked at the plantation for about 30 years. “And then we took off from where I was at, I guess I was about a half-mile from it, when we saw a cloud of smoke.”

Ramsey and two other workers found burning metal, splintered trees and a flaming crater where the jet had crash-landed, he said.

Col. Stephen Jost, commander of the 20th Fighter Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, said Maj. Johnson parachuted to the ground and was taken by plantation workers to Berkeley County EMS personnel, who then took him to the Charleston base.

Johnson was flying solo, practicing instrument approaches to a military base and was communicating with Charleston air traffic controllers, military officials said.

Jost said he thought it was overcast at the time of the collision, but he was not aware of any weather-related problems.

It wasn’t clear if a flight plan had been filed, but Berkeley County officials say the civilian pilot had indicated he was traveling to Myrtle Beach.

The Air Force has flown F-16s since the 1970s, though very few active-duty squadrons still fly them. F-16s from Shaw Air Force Base, about 35 miles east of Columbia, routinely fly training missions over eastern South Carolina and the Atlantic.

The Cessna 150  is a two-seat plane that debuted in 1959  and remains one of the most common single-engine planes in the U.S. Most models weigh about 1,500 pounds when fully fueled.

By comparison, an F-16 is about 50 feet long and weighs nearly 10 tons, not counting fuel or weapons. Jost said the F-16 was not carrying any live munitions at the time of the collision.

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