Hi dannybex - the action we've been asked to do by Bob Miller, Cort and team is to send daily emails. I'm assuming the rationale is that a barrage of constant pressure will be more likely to change minds. Imagine that you're one of these officials and that two weeks ago, you got several hundred emails on this topic and then they stopped. You haven't heard anything else from people for weeks and it's slipped down your agenda as other stuff has come across your desk. Now imagine that every morning for the last two weeks your inbox has been flooded with hundreds of emails on this topic. You can't get away from it. You can see how desperate people are for Ampligen, they're emailing you every day. Which scenario would make you more likely to take action? I don't understand what you mean about 'those marked "anonymous" with no message'. The action is to send an email (which automatically has the sender's name, even if they forget to add it) and to copy and paste the message that Bob and team have prepared, if you don't want to create your own.