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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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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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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me
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Kline Tells Business Group, ‘It’s Time to Push the Reset Button’
By Anna Palmer
Roll Call Staff
Aug. 27, 2009, 3:39 p.m.



Kennedy Processional to Stop at East Front of Capitol
Bachmann Faces Raucous Crowd in Minnesota
Driehaus Relieved Over Quiet Town Hall
Hastings Presses Obama to Repeal ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’
Former NAB Chief Rehr Lands at Leading Authorities
WACONIA, Minn. — Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.) told members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce here Thursday afternoon that Republicans and Democrats should throw out the proposed Democratic and Republican health care bills and start over.

“It’s time to push the reset button,” Kline said to more than 50 constituents gathered at the Island View Golf Club.

Over a standard Midwestern meat and potatoes buffet lunch, Kline said that the Obama administration’s claim that people who are happy with their health care coverage will be able to continue with the same insurance plans in the future isn’t accurate.

“If you like it, you can keep it, is simply not true,” Kline said.

Medicare Advantage is one program, according to Kline, that would be significantly changed.

The four-term Republican has opted against the more public platform of holding health care town halls, favoring talking with smaller groups of constituents.

Rep. Tim Walz (D), who represents an adjoining district in southern Minnesota, publicly invited Kline to partake in a joint town hall earlier this month, but Kline declined, questioning the intention of the invitation.

The newly installed ranking member on the House Education and Labor Committee has been a vocal opponent against the Democratic health care reform proposal from the start.

That committee role has given Kline the platform to lambaste the Obama administration and the Democratic-controlled Congress for not working in a bipartisan manner. While the Democratic majority on the panel voted the health care legislation out of committee, Kline has publicly dismissed the 1,000-plus page legislation as a Democratic bill.

Kline said he would continue to “oppose it hard.”

Kline said he believed there are some areas of health care reform that Democrats and Republicans can agree on, including expanding coverage for students until they are 25 years old.

Kline also proposed adding medical malpractice reforms to the overall health care package.

U.S Chamber of Commerce Vice President for Regional Affairs and Advocacy Doug Loon said he’s heard members react to the legislation with anxiety and questions about health care reform in the 10 Chamber of Commerce events he’s been at over the past three weeks.

“Everybody’s an expert in health care because it affects everybody,” Loon said.

Minnesota state Rep. Paul Kohls (R), who is running for governor in 2010, says he shares the concerns that have been raised by the public. As a candidate, Kohls said, the biggest anxiety is about how reform could impact state Medicaid budgets.

“There’s a huge concern about the impact on all the states’ Medicaid budgets,” Kohls said. Additionally, Kohls said that Minnesota has led the way in health care reform in the past and he wants to make sure that those reforms remain.

“We’ve led the nation here in Minnesota,” Kohls said, citing the growth of health savings accounts among Minnesotans. “I don’t want to see those reforms being rolled back as a result of nationalized health care.”

Maryann Porter, owner of Rising Star Dance Academy in Victoria and Silver Swan Studios in Albertville, said she would like Congress to slow down instead of pushing through a health care plan this year.

“I don’t want them to make hasty decisions,” Porter said. “I think there are more ideas that need to be embraced.”

So far, Porter said she supports the co-op option.

“We have a wonderful hospital,” Porter said. “I’d rather pay my premium to it. Let’s take out the middle man.”

[link to www.rollcall.com]
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Inhofe is truly brave, after having opposed the clintons the propeller fell off his plane as he flew home from Washington.
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Inhofe is truly brave, after having opposed the clintons the propeller fell off his plane as he flew home from Washington.
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Kind of like JFK's son died in a plane crash as he was going to run for congress.
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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me


you obviously haven't read it yourself.
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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me


you obviously haven't read it yourself.
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I've read it are you a Obama spy?
Acorn?
Color for Change?
Storm?

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>>"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."


Id hate for him to be a mechanic on my race car at the Daytona 500
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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me


you obviously haven't read it yourself.


I've read it are you a Obama spy?
Acorn?
Color for Change?
Storm?
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that first line was from someone else. Anyone who has read even part of this bill would see it is not good for Americans (especially the little people).
Only an obamabot would think that a bunch of politicians pushing through a plan that they won't accept for themselves is a good idea.
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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me


you obviously haven't read it yourself.


I've read it are you a Obama spy?
Acorn?
Color for Change?
Storm?


that first line was from someone else. Anyone who has read even part of this bill would see it is not good for Americans (especially the little people).
Only an obamabot would think that a bunch of politicians pushing through a plan that they won't accept for themselves is a good idea.
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He's a govt. shill just to distract. If he can not see where this govt. is taking us someone needs to slap some sense into him.
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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]
 Quoting: WatchmanOntheWall


"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."

Thats mutinany on the bounty man! so whats the difference between an INHOLE and an ASSHOLE? not much man ohh wow not much man.
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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]


"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."

Thats mutinany on the bounty man! so whats the difference between an INHOLE and an ASSHOLE? not much man ohh wow not much man.
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Here's a hint he probably has a clue about what Obama and his administration is trying to pull off, deceiving the American people. Open your eyes this isn't about Democrats or Republicans or Independents. This is tyranny and B.O. agenda for a NWO will fail!

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Anyone who has read even part of this bill would see it is not good for Americans (especially the little people).
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Why is this bill not good for midgets?
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9 Trillion Obama has spent in 6 months!

Obama's Spending Spree, Budget Numbers "Have All Gone Mad," Analyst Says

Posted Aug 27, 2009 09:00am EDT by Heesun Wee in Investing, Products and Trends, Recession, Autos, Housing
Related: ^DJI, ^GSPC, WMT, TGT, ROST
When retail expert and all-around economy watcher Howard Davidowitz appeared on Tech Ticker in February declaring the worst was yet to come for the U.S. economy and that Americans' standard of living has changed permanently, our comment boards lit up.

But surely with the latest rally off the March lows, bearish Davidowitz is more bullish, right? Not a chance. Look at your financial history books.

Two of the biggest rallies of more than 40 percent occurred during the Great Depression, says Davidowitz of Davidowitz & Associates,a retail consulting and investment banking firm. "People were sucked in and ultimately were destroyed," he says. It's a warning to today's investors, who are hoping to extend the rally.

Don't get Davidowitz started on the economy or fundamentals. "Barack Obama's numbers have all gone mad," Davidowitz says. The Obama administration recently announced the U.S. budget deficit will be $9 trillion during the next decade; $2 trillion higher than the original forecast.

And, the proposed price tag for health-care reform? "Minimum $3 trillion," Davidowitz says. "One trillion? Are you kidding?"

Stimulus binges? Roller coaster equity performance over years? Stubborn consumers holding out for sales as deflationary pressures loom over the recovery? Sounds like the U.S. economy is turning Japanese, Davidowitz says.

Watch the video click on link:
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Unfortunately, the huge embarrassment that is Jim Inhofe is my senator. Over the years he has destroyed everything he claims to represent and has consistently caused Oklahomans to look like fools. I will however be voting FOR him as long as he continues to cause chaos in D.C. On the up side, it keeps him out of Oklahoma.
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Unfortunately, the huge embarrassment that is Jim Inhofe is my senator. Over the years he has destroyed everything he claims to represent and has consistently caused Oklahomans to look like fools. I will however be voting FOR him as long as he continues to cause chaos in D.C. On the up side, it keeps him out of Oklahoma.
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He's also mine, I understand where you're coming from what congressmen hasn't dissappointed their state?
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Bump for Sen. Inhofe! I love our Oklahoma leaders!!!!
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Misinformation Alert: Barney Frank Never Said That HR 1207 Will Pass In October

RonPaul.com
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Missing Sentence in Transcript Causes Premature HR 1207 Victory Celebration
Several blogs and forums reported during the past 24 hours that Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, Barney Frank, said that Ron Paul’s bill to audit the Federal Reserve, HR 1207, will pass in October.
Incorrect Reports about Barney Frank’s Statement on HR 1207
Washington Times: Barney Frank says Ron Paul bill will pass
Politico: Barney: Fed audit bill will pass in October
Business Insider: Barney Frank: Yes, We Will Pass Ron Paul’s “Audit The Fed” Bill
United Liberty: Frank: Vote on HR 1207 in October
Daily Paul: Video: Barney Frank Says House Will Pass HR1207 in October
ZeroHedge: Barney Frank Says The House Will Pass HR 1207 In October
Mish: Barney Frank Says Ron Paul’s Audit The Fed Bill Will Pass In October
Washington Independent: Ron Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ Bill to Get October Vote?



A sloppy and incomplete transcript, which appears to have originated at the Washington Times, is making the rounds. The transcript is missing an essential sentence, which is marked in bold:
Barney Frank: “I have been pushing for more openness from the Fed. I want to restrict the powers of the Federal Reserve. First of all, the Fed will be the major losers of power if we are successful, as I believe we will be, setting up a financial product protection commission. The Federal Reserve is now charged with protecting consumers. They were supposed to do subprime mortgage restrictions.
Congress in 1994 gave the Fed powers to ban subprime mortgages. Alan Greenspan refused to do it. They had the power to ban credit card abuses. Under Greenspan they did nothing. Under Bernanke they started but only after Congress acted.That’s one of the reasons why in the new consumer protection agency, we will take away from the Federal reserve the power to go consumer protection.
Secondly, they have has since 1932 a right under Herbert Hoover to intervene in the economy whenever they could. Last September, the Federal Reserve they were going to advance $82 billion to AIG. I was kind of surprised and said, ‘Mr Bernanke do you have $82 billion?’ Mr. Bernanke replied, ‘I have $800 billion and under section 13.3 of the Federal Reserve Act they can lend anything they want.’
We are going to curtail that lending power. We are going to put some restrictions on it.
Finally we will subject them to a complete audit. I have been working with Ron Paul, who is the main sponsor of that bill. He agrees that we don’t want to have the audit appear as if it influences monetary policy as that would be inflationary.
One of the things the audit will show you is what the Federal Reserve buys itself. And that will be made public, but not instantly because if it was made instantly people would be trading off it, so the data would be released after a time period of several months, enough time so it will not be market sensitive. That will be part of the overall federal regulation that we are redacting. This will probably pass in October.”

With “This will probably pass in October”, Frank is referring not to HR 1207, but to his own financial regulation bill, which might or might not include some aspects of Ron Paul’s HR 1207. The preceding sentence, “That will be part of the overall federal regulation that we are redacting,” is for some reason missing from the widely distributed transcript, and has therefore been completely ignored by bloggers and commentators.
In recent weeks Ron Paul repeatedly warned against just this sort of thing happening: that HR 1207 might become part of a more comprehensive financial regulation bill and be watered down so that it appeases the angry masses without instituting any real changes. It would be an irony of history if that happened — if HR 1207 were watered down and integrated into an unconstitutional bill that Ron Paul would have to vote against.
What did Ron Paul really say?
It has become fashionable for the political elite to try to distort Ron Paul’s statements for political gain or even put entirely new words into his mouth. Just the other day, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said, “Even [Ron Paul] recognizes how important it is to us to have the Fed independent of politics.”
Now Barney Frank claims that “[Ron Paul] agrees that we don’t want to have the audit appear as if it influences monetary policy as that would be inflationary.”
Ron Paul never said that an audit of the Federal Reserve would be inflationary. In fact, he has credibly demonstrated the exact opposite: that the secretive Federal Reserve itself is responsible for inflation, with the dollar having lost 96% of its value since the Fed’s creation in 1913.
Here is what Ron Paul actually said about HR 1207, the bill to audit the Federal Reserve, and why only a real audit will protect the public’s interest.

Panic at the Fed: Audit Will Show What They're Hiding - 7/30/2009



Ron Paul: “Mr. Speaker, the big guns have lined up against HR 1207, the bill to audit the Federal Reserve. What is it that they are so concerned about? What information are they hiding from the American people? The screed is: transparency is okay except for those things they don’t want to be transparent.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, argues that HR 1207, the legislation to audit the Federal Reserve, would politicize monetary policy. He claims that monetary policy must remain independent, that is; secret. He ignores history because chairmen of the Federal Reserve in the past, especially when up for reappointment, do their best to accommodate the president with politically driven low interest rates and a bubble economy.
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Arthur Burns, when asked about all the inflation he brought about in 1971 before Nixon’s reelection, said that the Fed has to do what the president wants it to do, or it would lose its independence. That about tells you everything.
Not by accident Chairman Burns strongly supported Nixon’s program of wage and price controls the same year, but I guess that’s not political. Is not making secret deals with the likes of Goldman Sachs, international financial institutions, foreign governments and foreign central banks politicizing monetary policy?
Bernanke argues that the knowledge that their discussions and decisions will one day be scrutinized will compromise the freedom of the Open Market Committee to pursue sound policy. If it is sound and honest and serves no special interest, what’s the problem?
He claims that HR 1207 would give power to Congress to affect monetary policy. He dreamt this up to instill fear, an old statist trick to justify government power. HR 1207 does nothing of the sort. He suggested that the day after an FOMC meeting, Congress could send in the GAO to demand an audit of everything said and done. This is hardly the case. The FOMC function under HR 1207 would not change.
The detailed transcripts of the FOMC meetings are released every 5 years, so why would this be so different and what is it that they don’t want the American people to know? Is there something about the transcripts that need to be kept secret, or are the transcripts actually not verbatim?
Fed sycophants argue that an audit would destroy the financial markets’ faith in the Fed. They say this in the midst of the greatest financial crisis in history brought on by none other than the Federal Reserve. In fact, Chairman Bernanke stated on November 14th 2007, “A considerable amount of evidence indicates that Central Bank transparency increases the effectiveness of monetary policy and enhances economic and financial performance”.
They also argue that an audit would hurt the value of the U.S. dollar. In fact, the Fed, in less than a 100 years of its existence, has reduced the value of the 1914 dollar by 96%.
They claim HR 1207 would raise interest rates. How could it? The Fed sets interest rates and the bill doesn’t interfere with monetary policy. Congress would have no say in the matter and besides, Congress likes low interest rates.
It is argued that the Fed wouldn’t be free to raise interest rates if they thought it necessary. But Bernanke has already assured the Congress that rates are going to stay low for the foreseeable future. And again, this bill does nothing to allow Congress to interfere with interest rate setting.
Fed supporters claim that they want to protect the public’s interest with their secrecy. But the banks and Wall Streets are the opponents of HR 1207, and the people are for it. Just who best represents the public’s interest?
The real question is: why are Wall Street and the Fed so hysterically opposed to HR 1207? Just what information are they so anxious to keep secret? Only an audit of the Federal Reserve will answer these questions.”
75% Want A Real Audit
We need to keep up the pressure to make sure that HR 1207 itself is put up for vote. 75% of the American people want a real audit of the Federal Reserve, not a pretend investigation that goes to great pains not to ruffle any feathers, claiming that too close a look at what the Wizard is doing behind the curtain would be “inflationary” (Frank) and “problematic for the country” (Geithner).
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Big lazy gov needs to downsize now. it strips cash assets from ax payers to support big lazy gov. offices alcross this nation.. obama care is another lazy big gov money sucking machine
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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]


"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."

Thats mutinany on the bounty man! so whats the difference between an INHOLE and an ASSHOLE? not much man ohh wow not much man.
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His point is that the people in his district are so pissed that they have loudly voiced their opinion. He is saying he can not stand behind it. (or so I think that is the point). The larger issue your missing is that he is saying this is going to go violent that the GOVERNMENT is trying to do to much and the people will revolt. Those are my feelings also we could have a revolt that will not be nice. Think of the fall of the Romania.. that was nasty for some leaders of the prior Socialist Government. This is just history, I really would hate to see anyone get hurt. Reality is people do better when the Government does less. Do you really want Obama Running the care companies and the Hospitals, and the banks, the media, and the military, what is he not in charge of the San Diego Zoo? or Maybe Disneyland
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Whether its the 'Fed' or the 'demcrats' or any of them, it makes no difference. Anarchy, not a 'revolution', will be the final result, and NO ONE will win!
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Whether its the 'Fed' or the 'demcrats' or any of them, it makes no difference. Anarchy, not a 'revolution', will be the final result, and NO ONE will win!
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I agree it's a lose lose situation, we must be peaceful in these times.
The Word of God is powerful and I will rely upon my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to continue sharing the gospel.

Jesus said in Matthew 24:14
"And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all nations, and then the end will come.

Matthew 24
Mark 13
Luke 21
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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.
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I promise you that even if Senator Inhofe had that kind of time to actually read that 1,000 pages of poo, he wouldn't even have to ask his constituents how they feel about it.

No WAY he'll ever go for something like this! That's why he is where he is. We love our senators. At least I do.

I can't tell you all how many, many times I have been so proud of them both. Really.

They both against bailouts, Cap and Trade, Public Option, anti-gun laws, anything big gov't. Illegal aliens hate it here because our laws run them the fuck off.

And he is right. We can do all of this OURSELVES!

We don't need that long legged mac daddy! (giggle)

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Inhofe is truly brave, after having opposed the clintons the propeller fell off his plane as he flew home from Washington.


Kind of like JFK's son died in a plane crash as he was going to run for congress.
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Lest we forget, Senator Paul Wellstone:
Was he murdered? It appears so. This would explain the complicity of congress to the machinations of the Bush/Obama regimes; they are just plain scared!

[link to www.alternet.org]


QUOTE
SNIP Various White House figures made numerous recent campaign stops in Minnesota to stump for the ailing campaign of Wellstone's Republican opponent, Norm Coleman. Despite being outspent and outgunned, however, polls show that Wellstone's popularity surged after he voted to oppose the Senate resolution authorizing George Bush to wage war in Iraq. He was pulling ahead of Coleman and moving toward a victory that would both be an embarrassment to the Bush administration and to Democratic Quislings such as Hillary Clinton who voted to support "the president."

Then he died.

Wellstone now joins the ranks of other American politicians who died in small plane crashes. Another recent victim was Missouri's former Democratic governor, Mel Carnahan, who lost his life in 2000, three weeks before Election Day, during his Senatorial race against John Ashcroft. Carnahan went on to become the first dead man to win a Senatorial race, humiliating and defeating the unpopular Ashcroft posthumously. Ashcroft, despite his unpopularity, went on to be appointed Attorney General by George W. Bush. Investigators determined that Carnahan's plane went down due to "poor visibility."
...What we do know, however, is that Wellstone emerged as the most visible obstacle standing in the way of a draconian political agenda by an unelected government.SNIP



More: [link to www.alternet.org]

[link to www.wsws.org]

[link to archives.cnn.com]

Was Conry, the pilot, possibly MK? Hmmm?
[link to www.startribune.com]
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Whether its the 'Fed' or the 'demcrats' or any of them, it makes no difference. Anarchy, not a 'revolution', will be the final result, and NO ONE will win!


I agree it's a lose lose situation, we must be peaceful in these times.
The Word of God is powerful and I will rely upon my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to continue sharing the gospel.

Jesus said in Matthew 24:14
"And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all nations, and then the end will come.

Matthew 24
Mark 13
Luke 21
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History in fact points the other direction. There is always a power grab going on. We clean it out and then it starts again. Anarchy is short lived in relation to all the time. But then Time is only an invention of our minds to make it so everything does not happen at once. If it did happen at once would Jesus turn over the table at Obamas money changing table, and let us put our earnings back in our pocket book?

And if you think about it and being honest the biggest Government is either the Socialist or the Commies...size is maked by how much they control. Freedom is marked by how little they control. But we are so busy teaching other shit in our schools that Civics is thought of as a model of a Honda instead of a study of the way our system of Government works and why our founding fathers set it up as they did.

You want to give your freedom to the Government just say so. In the last few months they have taken the banks, car makers, going after health care and the Media. now the internet, we have 67000 soldiers in a new war to fight.. yea its a good idea to give them more power, maybe OBAMA will come watch my kids and buy me a vacation to Cabo San Lucas next.
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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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Republicans are terrorists. They blew up downtown NY a few years ago. Now they wanna start a revolution?

Obama sucks to the extreme, but what the fuck is up with you fucking neocons. You people have no shame.
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9 Trillion Obama has spent in 6 months!

Obama's Spending Spree, Budget Numbers "Have All Gone Mad," Analyst Says

Posted Aug 27, 2009 09:00am EDT by Heesun Wee in Investing, Products and Trends, Recession, Autos, Housing
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When retail expert and all-around economy watcher Howard Davidowitz appeared on Tech Ticker in February declaring the worst was yet to come for the U.S. economy and that Americans' standard of living has changed permanently, our comment boards lit up.
..............

Stimulus binges? Roller coaster equity performance over years? Stubborn consumers holding out for sales as deflationary pressures loom over the recovery? Sounds like the U.S. economy is turning Japanese, Davidowitz says.

Watch the video click on link:
[link to finance.yahoo.com]
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the revolution must wait until february. football season is almost upon us!
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Ok so one guy who hasn't read it is opposing whilst the many who haven't read it are voting for it. Sounds like a politician to me
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He's not voting for it because the people don't WANT it. It's his job to REPRESENT THE PEOPLE, not decide what he thinks is best for the people. A+ for him for saying he is going to do his JOB.
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OK Sen. Tom Coburn is also against the death bill.

GO OU!!!

Last Edited by WatchmanOntheWall on 08/29/2009 01:19 AM
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