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TAKE MY NAME IF YOU ARE MAKING A LIST

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IF YOU ARE THE PERSON IN THE OBAMA DICTATORSHIP THAT IS MAKING A LIST OF PEOPLE AGAINST OBAMA’S (TED KENNEDY‘S PAWN)GOVERNMENT RUN HEALTH CARE. THIS HEALTH CARE IS THE LIFE WORK OF KENNEDY. KENNEDY PUT OBAMA IN OFFCE SO THIS IS PAYBACK. OBAMA IS VACATIONING ON MARTHA’S VINEYARD THIS WEEK AND WILL MAKE A SPECIAL TRIP TO THE KENNEDY COMPOUND TO PAY HIS RESPECTS.

PUT MY NAME ON THE LIST!

WOULD ANYONE ELSE LIKE TO BE ADDED TO THIS LIST????

MICKMCK707

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FREE CARS IN MASSACHUSETTS

MA. LEFT WING LIBERALS ARE AT IT AGAIN. IF YOU ARE  UNEMPLOYED THE STATE WILL GIVE YOU A CAR, THEY WILL REGISTER IT FOR YOU. PAY THE “TAXES” HAHA. AND ALSO PAY FOR”AAA” THIS STATE POLITICIANS ARE COMPLETELY OUT TO LUNCH!!!!. THEY PASSED SAME SEX MARRIAGE WITHOUT ALLOWING THE PEOPLE A VOTE. THANKS “BARNEY FRANK” THE LIBERAL TWINS KENNEDY, KERRY, AND THE REST OF THE WACKJOBS.

    WHERE IS THE INCENTIVE TO WORK IN THIS WELFARE STATE.

     WE NEED “TERM LIMITS”TO GET THESE MORONS OUT OF POLITICS.

ALL RECIPIENCE OF A.I.G. MONEY

Name Office Total Contributions
Obama, Barack (D-IL) Senate $104,332
Dodd, Chris (D-CT) Senate $103,900
McCain, John (R-AZ) Senate $59,499
Clinton, Hillary (D-NY) Senate $37,965
Baucus, Max (D-MT) Senate $24,750
Romney, Mitt (R) Pres $20,850
Biden, Joseph R Jr (D-DE) Senate $19,975
Larson, John B (D-CT) House $19,750
Sununu, John E (R-NH) Senate $18,500
Giuliani, Rudolph W (R) Pres $13,200
Kanjorski, Paul E (D-PA) House $12,000
Durbin, Dick (D-IL) Senate $11,000
Perlmutter, Edwin G (D-CO) House $10,500
Rangel, Charles B (D-NY) House $9,000
Edwards, John (D) Pres $7,850
Corker, Bob (R-TN) Senate $7,400
Smith, Chris (R-NJ) House $6,900
Neal, Richard E (D-MA) House $6,500
Rockefeller, Jay (D-WV) Senate $6,500
Reed, Jack (D-RI) Senate $6,000
Udall, Mark (D-CO) House $5,800
Maffei, Dan (D-NY) House $5,000
Nelson, Bill (D-FL) Senate $5,000
Warner, Mark (D-VA) Senate $5,000
Bean, Melissa (D-IL) House $4,750
Shelby, Richard C (R-AL) Senate $4,500
Mahoney, Tim (D-FL) House $4,000
Crowley, Joseph (D-NY) House $3,500
Fimian, Keith S (R-VA) House $3,300
Huckabee, Mike (R) Pres $3,300
Leavitt, David O (R-UT) House $3,000
Murphy, Chris (D-CT) House $2,800
Franken, Al (D-MN) Senate $2,700
Berman, Howard L (D-CA) House $2,500
Dole, Elizabeth (R-NC) Senate $2,500
Garrett, Scott (R-NJ) House $2,500
Cornyn, John (R-TX) Senate $2,300
Culberson, John (R-TX) House $2,300
Goode, Gregory Justin (R-IN) House $2,300
Landrieu, Mary L (D-LA) Senate $2,300
Lummis, Cynthia Marie (R-WY) House $2,300
Shays, Christopher (R-CT) House $2,200
Davis, Tom (R-VA) House $2,000
Hoyer, Steny H (D-MD) House $2,000
Inouye, Daniel K (D-HI) Senate $2,000
Pomeroy, Earl (D-ND) House $2,000
Visclosky, Pete (D-IN) House $2,000
Weiner, Anthony D (D-NY) House $2,000
King, Pete (R-NY) House $1,843
Gillibrand, Kirsten E (D-NY) House $1,500
Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH) Senate $1,500
Grassley, Chuck (R-IA) Senate $1,250
Nelson, Ben (D-NE) Senate $1,200
Wicker, Roger (R-MS) Senate $1,100
Baker, Richard (R-LA) House $1,000
Barrasso, John A (R-WY) Senate $1,000
Bennett, Robert F (R-UT) Senate $1,000
Brady, Kevin (R-TX) House $1,000
Capps, Lois (D-CA) House $1,000
Coleman, Norm (R-MN) Senate $1,000
Collins, Susan M (R-ME) Senate $1,000
Cooper, Jim (D-TN) House $1,000
Donnelly, Joe (D-IN) House $1,000
Ellsworth, Brad (D-IN) House $1,000
Engel, Eliot L (D-NY) House $1,000
Enzi, Mike (R-WY) Senate $1,000
Gordon, Bart (D-TN) House $1,000
Graham, Lindsey (R-SC) Senate $1,000
Harkin, Tom (D-IA) Senate $1,000
Himes, Jim (D-CT) House $1,000
Jones, Stephanie Tubbs (D-OH) House $1,000
Kind, Ron (D-WI) House $1,000
Kirk, Mark (R-IL) House $1,000
Lautenberg, Frank R (D-NJ) Senate $1,000
Lowey, Nita M (D-NY) House $1,000
Maloney, Carolyn B (D-NY) House $1,000
McMahon, Michael E (D-NY) House $1,000
Olson, Pete (R-TX) House $1,000
Pryor, Mark (D-AR) Senate $1,000
Salazar, Ken (D-CO) Senate $1,000
Tiberi, Patrick J (R-OH) House $1,000
Towns, Edolphus (D-NY) House $1,000
Wilson, Charlie (D-OH) House $1,000
Mielke, Daniel Ernest (R-WI) House $900
Huelskamp, Timothy A (R-KS) House $750
Laesch, John (D-IL) House $750
Tinklenberg, Elwyn (D-MN) House $750
Vilsack, Thomas J (D) Pres $700
Harrison, Stephen A (D-NY) House $604
Brownback, Sam (R-KS) Senate $500
Courtney, Joe (D-CT) House $500
Crapo, Mike (R-ID) Senate $500
Davis, Geoff (R-KY) House $500
Fossella, Vito (R-NY) House $500
Gilchrest, Wayne T (R-MD) House $500
Hastings, Alcee L (D-FL) House $500
Musgrove, Ronnie (D-MS) Senate $500
Myers, Chris (R-NJ) House $500
Pelosi, Nancy (D-CA) House $500
Pierluisi, Pedro (3-PR)   $500
METHODOLOGY: The numbers on this page are based on contributions from PACs and individuals giving $200 or more. All donations were made during the 2008 election cycle and were released

THE PORK BILL FROM “DEMOCRATS”

Last week, the House passed the then-$819 billion stimulus bill — without a single Republican vote. GOP senators vowed to oppose it as well, calling it a colossal waste of money, packed with pork and non-essential spending.

NBC broke down some of the bigger numbers in the bill, for example: $275 billion in tax relief, $90 billion for infrastructure, $79 billion for school funding, etc. Sounds good, right? But in the fine print, there’s a lot of proposed spending that may raise a few eyebrows. In an interview with President Barack Obama, CBS’ Katie Couric called him on some of the more unusual proposals:

– $6.2 billion for home weatherization

– $50 million for port modernization and water and wastewater infrastructure needs in Guam

-$100 million for children to learn green construction

Obama defended the weatherization spending by emphasizing the long-term effects:

 

“We’re going to weatherize homes, that immediately puts people back to work and we’re going to train people who are out of work, including young people, to do the weatherization. As a consequence of weatherization, our energy bills go down and we reduce our dependence on foreign oil. What would be a more effective stimulus package than that?”

Fair enough. But what about the $800 million for Amtrak? Or the $150 million for the Smithsonian Institute? And there’s more: So much more, in fact, that the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, has set up a website that allows users to comb through the more than 900-page-long bill. You decide: Economic stimulus or wasteful spending?

$198 million for U.S. military benefits for Filipinos who fought for the U.S. during WWII

$75 million for “smoking cessation activities”

$87 million for the “design of a new polar icebreaker”

$335 million for HIV/STD screening

$600 million to buy hybrid vehicles for federal employees

All projects worthy of money, to be sure, but are they worthy of being part of an economic stimulus plan that’s now expected to cost U.S. taxpayers $900 billion?

However, both sides have signaled a willingness to concede. In an interview with CNN, Obama said he would consider cutting items that “may not really stimulate the economy right now.” And in the spirit of bipartisanship, Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Nebraska) and Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) are working together to compile a list of recommended cuts, with a goal of reducing the bill by $200 billion.

But as the economy continues to shrink and layoffs pile up by the tens of thousands, the nation may not have the patience for cross-party squabbling and finger-pointing. At the White House today, Obama summed it up:

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CORRUPTION!!!

How do you Spell:   CORRUPTION ?
 
 
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi‘s home district includes San Francisco.
         
Star-Kist Tuna’s headquarters are in San Francisco, Pelosi’s home district.
         
 
Star-Kist is owned by Del Monte Foods and is a major contributor to Pelosi.
         
Star-Kist is the major employer in American Samoa employing 75% of the Samoan work force.
         
Paul Pelosi, Nancy’s husband, owns $17 million dollars of Star-Kist stock.  
         
In January, 2007 when the minimum wage was increased from $5.15 to $7.25, Pelosi had American Samoa exempted from the increase so Del Monte would not have to pay the higher wage. This would make Del Monte products less expensive than their competition’s.
         
Last week when the huge bailout bill was  p assed, Pelosi added an earmark to the final bill  adding $33 million dollars for an ‘economic development credit in  American Samoa’.
         
Pelosi has called the Bush  Administration “CORRUPT” ? ?
                 
           How do you spell “HYPOCRISY” ?
             
         
           EVERY PERSON IN THE WORLD SHOULD GET THIS E-MAIL.
Why do we not get media coverage of stories like this?
 

 

 
  “SNOPES” VALIDATES     And………..I would spell corruption: PELOSI!

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