Sunday, September 28, 2008

Congress: Think Before You Act!

MAKE THIS VIRAL - STOP THE BAILOUT! SAVE AMERICA!

Please think carefully about the following facts before you vote: · Public opinion is running anywhere from 100:1 to 300:1 against passing this bill, according to sources on Capitol Hill. You must return home after you pass this package to ANGRY constituents with an election less than a month away. Given the massive size of this package, the fact that it rewards the guilty on Wall Street and does nothing to address the cause that anger is fully justified. but - but - but GORDON SAID IT WAS OK !

Posted by malct @ 05:55 PM (729 views)
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2 thoughts on “Congress: Think Before You Act!

  • Interesting post malct. Whatever a viewer might make of Karl Denninger, there seems to be little doubting his patriotism and commitment. The article already appears to be somewhat behind the times though.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2008/sep/28/wallstreet.marketturmoil1

    I think Paulson is going to get at least some of what he wants.

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  • thanks quiet guy

    I’m trying to counter msm by showing that there is a lot of resistance in the USA

    forgot to say it includes a video

    also these are momentus times and it’s sort of ‘one for the record’

    plus, to be honest until I read Mike W’s piece, I didn’t know the bloke existed – therefore I suspect I’m not alone.

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