Motion 408 Needs YOU!
Mark Warawa’s Motion 408 has been deemed non-votable, even though it met all the criteria for votability, as the impartial analyst from the Library of Parliament repeatedly said. This decision was “shocking and undemocratic” and will be appealed. But your help is urgently needed!
As you slave away on your computer, finishing up those final term assignments, take a break to Tweet and e-mail Prime Minister Harper and the committee members who will be involved with this appeal. Encourage your friends to do likewise!
Our politicians NEED to hear an OUTCRY from the public.
PM Harper can be contacted via:
Here are the committee members who will hear Mark Warawa’s appeal!
Every time you Tweet about this, be sure to include @pmharper and hashtag #M408 !
Give those thumbs some extra exercise and Tweet Tweet Tweet!
E-mail these committee members who deemed Motion 408 non-votable:
Dave MacKenzie – firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Armstrong – email@example.com
Stephane Dion – firstname.lastname@example.org
Philip Toone – email@example.com
Remember that this is not about voting for #M408, but about deeming the motion VOTABLE so that it can be debated in the House of Commons.
Can’t think of a Tweet to Tweet? Here’s some examples:
@pmharper Listen to the 92%! #M408 should be deemed votable!
The library of parliament analyst said #M408 passed the criteria. Will you respect procedure? Allow M408 to go to the House! @pmharper
Canada needs to condemn ALL discrimination against women! @pmharper Allow #M408 to be debated!
92% of Canadians want to see sex-selective abortion banned. Why is the debate being banned? Where’s the democracy? @pmharper? #M408
Disappointed with @armstrong_MP for ignoring the need to protect women with #M408! @pmharper
@ParmGill Be a voice for Canadian women and support the vote for #M408 @pmharper
Support #M408! @TomLukiwski @CostasMenegakis @ScottReidCPC @ParmGill @Armstrong_MP @NycoleTurmelNDP @nathancullen @CraigScottNDP
Be sure to Tweet @MPMarkWarawa to show him your support and encouragement!
Don’t forget to follow NCLN on Twitter to stay updated!
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
In addition, Carleton University is hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary It’s A Girl this Thursday. See the Facebook event for more details and attend to learn more about this international and deadly form of discrimination.