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We, the American people, demand that neither house of Congress nor the president leave town until relief for the unemployed is passed by the end of this week.
Nearly 1.6 million will have lost their unemployment (insurance), and that loss of this spendable income will further cripple an already paralyzed economy and destroy many lives.
Many of the desperate unemployed people's blogs are on Facebook and on many unemployment extension social pages.
You must all remember that come November, we all can vote!