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Dear Congressman Cantor: Vote No on Bail Out bill

October 3, 2008
Copy of letter faxed to Congressman Cantor today
Dear Congressman Cantor,
I live in your district here in Chesterfield County....... I am urging you to VOTE NO on the proposed bailout program that is full of pork and is a BAD BILL for America.

Most Americans do not want this ...

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Urgent Bailout Bill Sells Us To China-Updated

October 2, 2008
from SupportedtheBailout

"Hundreds of billions of dollars are going to bail out FOREIGN INVESTORS. They know it, they demanded it, and the bill has been carefully written to make sure that can happen." - Brad Sherman , D-California.

The Bill says:

(9) TROUBLED ASSETS.-The ...

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Banking Bill Bails Out China

Banking Bill Bails Out China

October 2, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid

During a time when most of the commentary and news "analysis" has been in favor of the Wall Street takeover plan, Rep. Brad Sherman of California was on Larry Kudlow's CNBC showon September 30 to cite evidence that the legislation potentially "provides hundreds ...

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The Reid-McConnell Bailout Bribe

The Reid-McConnell Bailout Bribe

October 3, 2008
By Frank Salvato
Let me see if I have this right. We the Peopleexpress our overwhelming disdain for a government manufactured, taxpayer-funded bailout of semi-coerced greed merchants on Wall Street and the Senate’s answer is to leave the offending legislation intact and entice ...

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Proposed Bailout Brings Some Uncertainty to Property Tax Collections

September 29, 2008

While History Shows State, Local Governments Need Not Worry, Congressional Action Often Clarifies Tax Status of Federal Government-Owned Assets
TaxFoundation.org 

Washington, DC, September 29, 2008 - The property tax collections of state and local governments will probably not ...

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Despite Media 'Mythmaking,' Capitalism Didn't Fail


Free-market economists blame government actions taken during Carter, Clinton for financial crisis. 
October 2, 2008
By Julia A. Seymour
Business & Media Institute

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi blasted free market capitalism (and the GOP) in front of the entire nation on Sept. 29 as the ...

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The American Dream?

October 2, 2008
Jake Jacobsen

As the current financial debacle plays out, becoming more and more of a farce, it is being debated every which way from Tuesday, and every pundit on the planet has their favorite bogeyperson (must be PC don't ya know!) to blame it on.  Whether it is Democrats, ...

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Obama advisors received millions of dollars instead of jail terms they deserved

Obama advisors received millions of dollars instead of jail terms they deserved

October 1, 2008
By Vincent Gioia
It used to be when some stole or embezzled money the amount was usually measured in thousands of dollars but that was before the Clinton years. Since then emboldened thieves protected by the Democrat Party measure their booty in millions and tens of millions.

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The Senators That Vote "Nay" Have My Vote

October 1, 2008
My name is "An American" and I approve this message.  The following Great Senators have earned my vote for their NAY vote on the bail out bill:
Senators Voting "Nay" on Federal Intervention in the Financial Markets
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008
Sen. Wayne Allard (R-CO)
Sen. John Barrasso ...

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