Washington (CNN) -- Voters disappointed over health care and other legislative efforts have now sent 5 million "pink slips" to members of Congress, the conservative Web site WorldNetDaily said Tuesday.
Several Republican lawmakers joined WorldNetDaily figures to endorse the campaign Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
"These pink slips are a call for fiscally responsible and constitutionally responsible Americans," said Rep. Steve King of Iowa.
A pink slip is symbolic of job dismissal, a theme not lost on Rep. Trent Franks, R-Arizona, who said members need to vote the will of the people or be fired in the next election.
Standing in front of posterboards on which dozens of the pink pieces of paper had been attached, Franks told reporters, "You are looking at just a sample of the 5 million pink slips that Americans have sent to Congress."
Those Americans, he said, are "people who are saying to members of Congress that 'we are fed up with the absolute out-of-control spending, and we are going to respond and do what we can to take our country back.' "