Thursday, October 2, 2008
The Mother of All Bail-Outs! Shame on the US Senate
Look what happens when I take a few days off from the news for Rosh Hashannah!
The US Senate gave in to everybody EXCEPT their constituents.
We know who the pigs are, lipstick or no.
Go over to Consent of the Governed for a list of who voted AGAINST the Bail-out. Anyone NOT on the list should be voted out of office. In New Mexico, we must vote against Senator Bingaman at the next opportunity . Senator Domenici will be out of in January anyway. I am going to vote for the fiscal conservative running to take his place.
LET'S TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK!
And for a video refresher about who is responsible for the construction of this paper empire and the looting of the American taxpayer check out this video:
And call your congresspeople. They still have to vote.
Let's give Nancy Pelosi another vote of no confidence--if she is foolish enough to bring this bill to the floor as loaded with pork as it is!
You can find the entire text of the bill here. It is very long and laden with special interest pandering.
I'm so mad at this attempt to make the next generations of Americans tax-slaves that I can barely type.
For more background on the crisis, see this week's Objectivist Round-Up.
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