by Nate JacksonA superhero is larger than life, but we see heroes everyday.
The real life heroes teach our kids, keep our neighborhoods safe, grow our food and are the first on hand when accidents strike. They are hardworking, brave and courageous, but they still have real needs. They can’t do their work without our help and support.
On Wednesday, October 26th, we will join with real life heroes and ask Senator Patty Murray to stand with us. As the co-chair of the Super Committee we ask her to stand up for good jobs and not cuts. She has a hard task ahead of her, but we can show her that she has our support to create jobs — not make more cuts that we can’t afford. Join us at noon at the Federal Building on 915 2nd Avenue in Seattle to show that you support good jobs, not cuts.
The super committee is tasked with finding solutions to a $1.2 trillion deficit by Thanksgiving. Senator Murray, with our help, can continue to stand up for everyday heroes and make sure the committee focuses on creating and maintaining good jobs. When people are working they are productive — and that’s exactly what we need to get the economy moving again.
We see real heroes everyday: firefighters, teachers, police, construction workers, janitors and parents. They struggle every day and work hard to make our society function. We need to support the real life heroes now and make sure that they continue to have good jobs with good benefits. We owe them that much.
Join us Wednesday, October 26th at noon at the Federal Building on 915 2nd Avenue, Seattle and tell Senator Murray to focus the committee on jobs and not cuts. With our support Senator Murray can continue to be a hero.
We need her to be.