SECTION ONE

Cost
of a
POSTCARD
34 ¢

On March 15 and thereafter,
join us in an ongoing postcard action called
#TheEyesofMarch
Postcards can be sent to Trump, his cabinet and the members of congress to let them know that they are being closely watched by a vast, observant and highly critical public; that we hold them responsible for their actions and are ready and more than willing to vote them out of office.

SECTION TWO

Quick and Easy, each postcard would bear a single, bold image of an eye with space under it for a short, pointed message, communicating the fact that we the public are watching them.

(This is in conjunction with the wonderful #TheIdesofTrump project, a massive postcard action scheduled for March 15, with people everywhere deluging President Trump with postcards expressing their strong disdain for him and his policies. )

SECTION THREE

Hand-drawn, the eyes would all be different. They could be crude or refined, simple or complex, cartoon-like or realistic, in black and white or color. Style and drawing skill do not matter. The only thing that matters is that the image is recognizable as an eye.

Eyes are easy to draw: one curving line above, one curving line below, and a circle in the middle. When in doubt, Google Images provides hundreds of images of eyes that can be copied.

SECTION FOUR

The message under the eye should be short and ominous, along the lines of, but not limited to:

We Are Watching You

Watching

We Watch and We Vote

The Voters are Watching You

Citizens See All

Imagine receiving such postcards, perhaps a few a day every day and  from all over the country — all different but all with the same basic message.
We Are Watching You.

That should be enough to make the President and his cohorts quite paranoid.

SECTION 5 – ADDRESSES

President Donald J. Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Vice President Mike Pence
The White House, West Wing
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Senator Majority Leader
Mitchell McConnell

317 Russell Senate Office Building,
Washington, DC 20510

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan
1233 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515

To contact U.S. Senators
https://www.senate.gov/senators/contact/

To contact U.S. Representatives
http://www.house.gov/representatives/

To find address
of any current representative

http://www.house.gov/representatives/find

For information about Government Agencies
https://www.usa.gov/agencies

For a list of Cabinet Members
http://cabinet-members.insidegov.com/

For addresses of Cabinet Members
google: address of (name of cabinet post)

SECTION SIX – GALLERY

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