I've received a few action alerts supporting the democratically-elected (but currently deposed) Honduras regime, all suggesting we call the Secretary of State's office and the White House's office. This will be your message: "legally define the de facto regime in Honduras as a military coup and cut off all aid to Honduras until President Zelaya is unconditionally reinstated." The Secretary of State's numbers are 1.202.647.5171 and 1.800.877.8339, while the President's number is 1.202.456.1111. And that's that. Most of the time, it's pretty easy to figure out right and wrong. Getting the government to make the distinction and act on it? That requires practice.
I don't know whether this means they're throwing in the towel or not -- I mean, I hope not! -- but Public Citizen has released a list of reforms that has nothing to do with single-payer plans or individual mandates or taxing health benefits, but would purportedly save 85,000 lives and $35 billion every year. This new list would attack problems like ventilator-assisted pneumonia, pressure ulcers, catheter infections, and patient falls. Considering that even a cut on your elbow can result in a life-threatening infection, you might conclude that working a little harder on the "little things" saves a lot of lives and money in the long run. That's a lesson we all have to practice. So here's the contact tool.
UPDATE. The 1.800 number I gave in the first paragraph above turns out to be a number for the deaf. I apologize for passing it along as if it weren't. Resultant snarky remark about Mr. Obama also removed -- though, really, the President, like everyone else in government, ought to have a toll-free number for the poor, as it might encourage better communication between the people and their Executive.