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Congressmen are speaking up! Sen.Inhofe: U.S. Headed Toward Revolution
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[quote:anonymous 758407:MV84Njk0NzlfMTM0NjUzOTdfRjgyQTUwNUI=] Big gov must downsize tax payers cannot fund this chit any more . welfare loafers another fat cash cow of Layers of full support for life for able bodied loafers .must stop.. .. get real .gov should pay for tubal ligations . poor women do not want a car full of fatherless kids. poor women want to get educations instead of pushing baby carriages to welfare offices . no one should be forced to be a parent simply cause they hae no money to stop preg issues before they start up . ,and tie the women down in poverty for decades .on welfare rolls .. gals should borrow moneyfrom mom and dad for tubal ligations since marriages do not last any way . . she can make ev en in tuff tmes if she does not have a kid to drag along into poverty too . she cqn get back on her feet faster if she is alone. [/quote]
August 27, 2009
Inhofe: U.S. headed toward revolution
@ 1:01 pm by Eric Zimmermann
The overreaching of the federal government is pushing the U.S. towards a revolution, Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) said today.
"People are not buying these concepts that are completely foreign to America," Inhofe said at a townhall in Chickasaw, Okla. "We're almost reaching a revolution in this country."
Inhofe has been one of the Senate's most strident opponents of climate legislation and healthcare reform.
Inhofe added that he didn't need to read the full helathcare legislation before deciding to vote against it. Public opinion and news reports, he said, provided all the information he needed.
"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."
Most of the versions of healthcare legislation making their away through congress are about 1,000 pages long.
link to briefingroom.thehill.com
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