As the debate over the so-called “stimulus” bill continues, CALL, E-MAIL AND FAX YOUR SENATORS. Ask that they do the right thing, that they refuse to steal from the pocketbooks and bank accounts of future generations of Americans.

Thank you from all of us at America’s Right.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    My deep concern is that the Obama administration will bring this nation to its knees, economically, and, as a result, render us unable to take appropriate measures to ensure both our internal and national security. The panic that he is creating in order to get this bill passed is a clear tip-off that his motives are not in the public’s best interests. I am firmly convinced that the Obama adminstration is a real and present danger to our hard-earned personal freedoms and national interests.

    Grandpa Bob

  2. Anonymouse says:

    I suggest that ‘email activists’ bombard every email address of the Republican National Committee and let them know — in the clearest possible terms — that if they do not succeed at convincing the RINOs to vote with the rest of their Republican party, the RNC will receive the same amount of contributions as they did when McCain was pushing for amnesty for the Mexillegals.

    Chairman@gop.com (Michael Steele)
    Administration@gop.com
    Counsel@gop.com
    ecampaign@gop.com
    Finance@gop.com
    Info@gop.com
    MemberRelations@gop.com
    Membershipservices@gop.com
    Political@gop.com

  3. Anonymous says:

    i have a great fright¡¡¡, that this could end up in a civil war, not a racial one, but among americans,the lack of respect of this man towards americans after 9-11(courting to american´s enemies hurts everybody senses) the intervencionism on the judiciary to get his way, his arrongance, his cocky attitude more proper of drunkards at a tavern or that of a streetwise, ” I WON, SO I DO AS A PLEASE OR WHAT CAMES OUT OF MY B—S”,
    i bet you ayers and his american´s enemies cronies ARE HAVING A POLITICAL ORGASM

  4. TROUBLESHOOTER says:

    I would be very… very… surprised should these even hear what is shared.
    ‘THEY’ are not hearing…they choose not to listen ‘and to petition the Government for redress of grievances’…well this right seemingly unrecognized!
    Please I pray… look beyond the opiate of this two party addiction: as these are the very usurpers of our organic heritage. Fellow state citizens we are on the threshold of calamities unimaginable…how many more issues will need to go before the courts, the congress or even given additional exposure here among yourselves before the realization of chasing one’s tail becomes so obvious?
    Review the basic elements:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDKEoARYeUQ

  5. Anonymous says:

    The 3 Republican turncoats are Specter, Snowe and Collins. I’ve emailed all 3, but Specter’s contact page went down and Snowe’s email bounced. I live in Michigan, so I also sent a message to Levin, like that’s going to do any good. And while I was at it I fired off one to Stabenow about her wet dreams of repressing conservative talk radio. And to top it all off I emailed the POTUS hisself, telling him that I do not agree with handing off this legacy of debt to my children’s grandchildren.

    But like Grandpa Bob said, Obama doesn’t seem to care about that. He doesn’t seem to care about America. It’s easy to get that impression from him when he’s being such a horrible, pessimistic, fearmongering, petty, dictatorish leader.

    I’ve no doubt his presidency will be one of America’s worst nightmares.

    The New York Times criticized Bush when he first took office and pointed out that the country had been heading into a recession for about 9 months. The NYT said the president should be a “cheerleader” for the US economy.

    Oh, NYT, where are you now??

    It’s a good idea to keep hounding your reps. I suppose that’s the best conservatives can do. They are notorious for not liking the idea of protesting in person. I think that’s a problem for us, I really do. Glenn Beck is right when he says we should be marching on the capitol with pitchforks. But we won’t and that’s what I’ll tell my kids 40 years from now when they ask how the F this all happened and we became socialists.

    The conservatives let it happen.

  6. BlueWater says:

    This economy crap is a smokescreen that is taking the focus away from Gitmo, census issues, criminal appointments and his Kenyan birth. It rips my heart out to see evil sitting in the White House. And now we have to fight each battle with continued intensity until he is removed. If only this country had kept Bush in line.

  7. Goldie says:

    Stop this Communist Bill!

    This morning Fox News had a guest on who is taking a petition to Washington showing OUR opposition to this communist spending bill!

    The site is either flooded right now or down for some reason but keep trying!!

    http://www.nostimulus.com

  8. cher-pa says:

    Everyone needs to call the Republican party of Pennsylvania at 717-234-4901. Voice your opinion to someone who will actually take our calls.I told her that they need to pressure Senator Specter about his decision on the stimulus package.I also told her if he votes yes for this bill they better start looking for a conservative opponent to replace him at re-election time.
    Lets try this route it might work.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Only 3 weeks into the presidency and Obama is a turncoat. I am thoroughly discussed with this president and Congress. They do not know just what the h–l they are doing anymore. Their brains are burnt out and we are becoming a Socialist country. HELLO FRANCE!!!

  10. vcw39 says:

    I agree that the country is turning to Socialism, but the intent of our government is to eventually turn to Fascism.
    The facts of this so called ‘Stimulus Plan’ is for only a small amount to be done now and a major part done in 2010 to help get more Democrats re-elected. Obama is still in campaign mode and is letting Nancy and Harry lead the country into the most unimaginable consequences, while he travels around supporting their empty promises.

  11. Amy says:

    Sadly, Newsweek just came out and admitted “We Are All Socialists Now”. It is supposed to be a business cover story, but is mostly a socialist liberal opinion piece.

    It sickens me this has happened and that apparently many people are happy about it.

    http://www.newsweek.com/id/183663/page/1

  12. CAPT-DAX says:

    This bill will NOT stimulate the economy. This bill will NOT create new private sector jobs. This bill will NOT help our current situation.

    It will destroy this country.

    This bill is a PAYOFF to Obama’s corrupt supporters at ACORN and in the UNIONS, the rest is a laundry list of Democrat pork and pie-in-the-sky projects that will only bear fruit YEARS down the road,
    if at all!

    This bill is literally the worst legislation I have seen since I began paying attention to Congress over twenty years ago.

  13. Anonymous says:

    The republicans must insist that the money slated to ACORN must be taken out of the bill!!!!! What the hell do they have to do with a stimulus bill???

    ACORN MUST BE HELD ACCORDINGLY FOR THEIR ACTIONS!!! THEY ARE OBAMA’S GROUND TROOPS!!!

    4 BILLION DOLLARS buys a lot of weapons!

  14. bdaman says:

    Jeff, with our three friends who are suppose to be right and have drifted to the left, I found this interesting

    http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=140912

  15. Anonymous says:

    The following is a response to an email I wrote to Senator McCaskill of MO(Dem). Sorry it is so long but wanted everyone to see it. How ignorant! Do they really think the rest of us are so stupid to believe all this! Of course you can’t hit reply because it comes back so I went through HSLDA with my response back to her. I’m so disgusted. A march on Washington is a good idea. I was there years ago for the abortion rally, I’ll go again for this. I agree with Bluewater above. All this is surely taking our eyes off of the birth certificate and Gitmo etc.

    From the Desk of Senator Claire McCaskillMonday, February 9, 2009 2:53 PM
    From: “Senator McCaskill”

    –Inline Attachment Follows—–

    Thank you for contacting me regarding the economy and economic stimulus. I appreciate hearing from you, and I welcome the chance to respond.

    As our nation faces a mortgage crisis and an economy that looks more and more likely to be headed toward recession, I think it is appropriate that Congress take action to stimulate our economy and provide relief to struggling families, businesses and homeowners.

    Economists have repeatedly advised that to be effective, a stimulus package must be timely, targeted and temporary. I was pleased that Congress was able to act quickly and in a bipartisan way to approve a bill which, though not perfect, will do much to put money in the hands of the people who need it most and who are the most likely to spend it.

    The stimulus package that the President signed into law contains tax rebates for individuals, including 20 million low income seniors and 250,000 disabled veterans, targeted tax breaks to companies for investment, and provisions to help increase affordable refinancing options to homeowners hit by the mortgage crisis. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has said that individual rebate checks could be sent out by the summer. Individuals who paid between $1-$300 in income tax or had at least $3,000 in qualifying income (including Social Security benefits, Social Security Disability benefits, and veterans’ disability payments) in 2007 will be eligible for a $300 rebate ($600 for married couples). Individuals who paid more than $300 in income taxes in 2007 would be eligible for up to $600 ($1,200 for couples). The rebates would be phased out for individuals earning more than $75,000 ($150,000 for couples). Individuals who pay income taxes and have children will also a $300 per-child tax credit. Illegal immigrants will not qualify for the rebate and, despite what some news organizations have reported, the rebates will not be deducted from tax returns in 2009. Individuals must file tax returns in order to receive the stimulus check, and this includes Social Security beneficiaries or disabled veterans who would not ordinarily have to do so. For more information, visit the IRS website: http://www.irs.gov or call 1-800-829-1040.

    Please be on the lookout for scams. The IRS does make unsoliciated calls about the rebate over the telephone, and it does not send unsolicited email to anyone about tax matters. Individuals receiving unsolicited email should forward it to phishing@irs.gov and then delete it.

    While the passage of an economic stimulus package is a significant achievement, the work is far from done. Significant challenges remain for our economy. I believe that we must reform our mortgage industry to stabilize our housing market and prevent future crises in the housing and credit markets. We need to invest in our workers through education and job training, and we need to invest in renewable energy to create good jobs and work toward energy security, just to name a few. As your Senator, I will be working hard to strengthen our economy and improve life for all Americans.

    Thank you again for contacting me. I hope you will continue to reach out with your thoughts and advice in the future.

    All best,
    Senator Claire McCaskill

  16. CAL says:

    Jeff,
    I got through to Spector’s, Snowe’s and Collins’ offices today. I asked each one of their offices if their senator was a socialist. Collins’ office had to think about it for a minute and said they could get me a statement and Spector’s office snickered and said yes, it looks like he is. This is scary. Even their office staff have to entertain the possibility that these so called republican senators are socialists.

  17. Gail B says:

    Thank you, Anonymouse, for reposting the GOP contacts again. I’ve loaded the email addresses to paste onto an email with the message I put in the weekend’s comments. As soon as I get the email out, I’ll copy and paste it into today’s.

    THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE CAN DO THAT JUST MIGHT WORK!!! I DON’T THINK THE ALMIGHTY COMRADE OBAMA WAS EXPECTING THIS!

  18. Hope for a Change in Direction says:

    I have been emailing and faxing versions of the message below for the past week. I’ve sent it to both Democrats and Republicans, in the House and Senate. Please use this form or your own, but by all means, keep up the pressure.

    Senator/Congressman,

    Thank you for your service. Your vote on the proposed Economic Stimulus/Spending Plan is important. You have a fiduciary and moral obligation to the people you represent. The overwhelming majority of your constituents do not want this Bill to pass in its present form.

    The proposed Economic Stimulus Plan ($780,000,000,000.00) is far too much spending and not enough stimulating! It should be cut to a maximum of $400 billion and ONLY be used for tax cuts (for those who pay tax), immediate infrastructure projects (all expenditures within the next twelve months) and help for struggling home owners! The rest (Pork) can wait until our financial picture has improved. Until than, you must vote NO! Your reelection will be measured by your voting record.

    Thank you,

  19. Gail B says:

    Here’s what to copy and paste to your emails:
    ——
    We the People demand that you stand on the Senate floor and say:

    “All of us, including the president, have taken an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States to the best of our ability.

    “Americans are demanding documented proof that the occupant of the office of POTUS is eligible to be our president. Before we can cast a vote for another bill requiring his signature, we must first demand that the said documented proof be presented to us. We, as elected representatives from our respective states in the government of the People, for the People and by the People, have the responsibility to ensure that our work here is within the guidelines of the United States Constitution.

    “We have no choice but to vote against any bill until such eligibility be proven with certified documents. We each swore to uphold the Constitution, and that takes priority over any legislation for any reason. Search your own conscience, that you do not violate your sworn oath of office. I vote NO to this and all bills until the most important matter of eligibility is settled.

    “It is imperative to be confident that we are in compliance with the Constitution on this and upcoming legislation and that we do not violate our sworn oath of office.”

    Your Name
    Your city, State
    ———
    It would make a huge impact if it is sent to the DEMOCRATS in the Senate, too. That would put them on notice that there is unrest due to their politics and at the very least make them less pushy!

    Get busy–we don’t have long! Thanks!

  20. Anonymous says:

    The craziness about Obama being good for America is over?!!!

    And we are surprised that jobs are lost and the economy is in bad shape when money is spent like if the money was already available to spend!!!

    Obama, the King of the deceivers who stole the Presidency of the USA because he was not eligible due to his non-compliance with the natural born American requirement!!
    The King of crooks now is going to put America in such a huge debt that even a recovery from this crazy and inefficient spending is going to be a big question mark!!!

  21. Anonymous says:

    http://wheresthechange.blogspot.com/2009/02/civil-disobedience.html

    Here’s a little something to try. It will take a while, but let’s see if the message will get through.

    More citizens need to know their Democratic Treasury Secretary is a tax cheat, so this is a great way to spread the word!

  22. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for loading the Republican email contacts and the Republican Office in Pennsylvania! I’ve emailed them all and called the office. The girl asked if I was from Pennsylvania and I told her “NO, I’m a registered Republican”. She said she’d make sure she passed on the message.

  23. tanarg says:

    There are more spies in the Party than those three. They’re on the state and local levels. Root them out by joining your local Republican organization.

  24. Anonymous says:

    hi all, Snowe and Collins and Specter have been getting bombarded with faxes and calls and emails and that’s a good thing – Keep it up!

    But I think these three are pretty entrenched right now and I would like to recommend another tactic to employ, along with everything else.

    Contact Republican senators and ask them to speak to the three, as they don’t seem to be listening to the voters. Urge them to urge these three to reconsider their vote….

  25. Gail B says:

    GOP base is UPSET! This story at NewsMax.com just came in from a ResistNet friend. Interesting read!

    Have you heard about the website (forgotten the name of it) about Reid? Seems that Nevadans have HAD it with him and are planning to dump him!

    Also, I sent Jeff the email about the tax problems (because of the illegal aliens) in California. Send an email to plankchapel@live.com to get a copy. No wonder Pelosi wants them to be able to vote!

    And, I read somewhere that, if the illegal aliens are allowed to vote, the United States will essentially be a one-party system. I’ll wager my next check that there isn’t enough space in the 800 empty, manned, secret prisons in the U.S. to house all of them! They were not put into place for those against our country anyway. They are there for those who protest against our upcoming dictatorship–whatcha wanna bet?!

    Oh! I noticed that Obama gave Camp David a 5-star rating. Wonder what he plans to rename it? I doubt that he will want it named after a Republican’s grandson, not while a Marxist is in office!

  26. Anonymous says:

    we need more of these. Let others know that we are out there!

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2009/02/needed_antiobi_getsures.html

  27. Cecelia says:

    Ugh….acquaintances on my Facebook are posting urging “calls to action”, “call your senators”….they have voted against putting money for the arts in the stimulus bill!!

    Criminey….

    btw, I am a music teacher. We can make music with coffee cans and wooden spoons. Money for arts can wait until the skies are clearer.

  28. MIDDLE CLASS GUY says:

    Anon,

    Writing to Missouri Senators is waste of time. I have received no answers from Kit Bond and Comrade Claires’s response was as off the wall as what you received. She is just a hand maiden to Chairman Soetoro.

    I am waiting for one Senator to stand up and speak the truth.

    When is the Chairman Soetoro going to stnad up and show the leadership he promised and send a stimulus package to the hill? We are here wasting time discussing this socialist spend and waste program and the American people are waiting for stimulus. Mr. Chairman, send the stimulus package to the hill. We are here waiting for you to lead. Why are you sitting there watching us talk about a socialist spend and waste agenda when we could be working for the American people?

  29. suek says:

    Check this article out…

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2009/02/smoking-gun-caller-explains-stimulus-as.html

    When you combine this info with the reversal of the EO 13202 (as described here:

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com…-of- bitter.html

    it makes a lot of sense. Payback for the unions. You know – just like back in the old USSR – if you aren’t a party member, you can’t get a job or a place to live.

  30. Kris says:

    Here is the general email response I received from Specter’s office apparently in answer to those who emailed their disapproval of his actions. Is the guy deaf??:

    In Case You Missed It: Why I Support the Stimulus

    I want to share with you an op-ed that I wrote for today’s Washington Post.

    Additionally, you can watch a short interview I did on Thursday, February 6th on PBS’s Newshour with Jim Lehrer concerning the pending stimulus package by clicking here.

    Why I Support the Stimulus
    By Arlen Specter

    I am supporting the economic stimulus package for one simple reason: The country cannot afford not to take action.

    The unemployment figures announced Friday, the latest earnings reports and the continuing crisis in banking make it clear that failure to act will leave the United States facing a far deeper crisis in three or six months. By then the cost of action will be much greater — or it may be too late.

    Wave after wave of bad economic news has created its own psychology of fear and lowered expectations. As in the old Movietone News, the eyes and ears of the world are upon the United States. Failure to act would be devastating not just for Wall Street and Main Street but for much of the rest of the world, which is looking to our country for leadership in this crisis.

    The legislation known as the “moderates” bill, hammered out over two days by Sens. Susan Collins, Ben Nelson, Joe Lieberman and myself, preserves the job-creating and tax relief goals of President Obama’s stimulus plan while cutting less-essential provisions — many of them worthy in themselves — that are better left to the regular appropriations process.

    Our $780 billion bill would save or create up to 4 million jobs, helping to offset the loss of 3.6 million jobs since December 2007. The bill cuts some $110 billion from the $890 billion Senate version, which would actually be $940 billion if floor amendments for tax credits on home and car purchases and money for the National Institutes of Health are retained.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the proposed cuts “do violence to what we are trying to do for the future,” especially on education. Her objections are a warning to conservatives that more cuts would be unlikely to win House approval. They are also an admission of the high price that moderates have been able to extract for their support of stimulus legislation.

    If a stimulus bill doesn’t pass, there won’t be any money for Title I education programs. The moderates’ bill provides marginally less money for Title I than the House and Senate bills. But while it’s less than supporters want, this proverbial half a loaf beats no loaf by a mile.

    In health funding, both the House and Senate bills contain billions of dollars for wellness and prevention programs, including for smoking cessation, prenatal screening and counseling, education, and immunization. The moderates’ bill, regrettably but necessarily, cancels this funding on the grounds that such programs are better left to the regular appropriations process.

    “In politics,” John Kennedy used to say, “nobody gets everything, nobody gets nothing and everybody gets something.” My colleagues and I have tried to balance the concerns of both left and right with the need to act quickly for the sake of our country. The moderates’ compromise, which faces a cloture vote today, is the only bill with a reasonable chance of passage in the Senate.

    The writer is a Republican senator from Pennsylvania.

  31. JasonZ says:

    I sent this email (and faxed it) to the three turncoat (RINO) Senators … and, as Anonymouse (Feb 9, 5.32 am) suggested, to members of the RNC. I had supported the RNC financially during the campaign on a recurring basis and let them know that in the future, my monthly contributions will be in direct relationship to the extent to which Republicans act in America's best interest. My version of a vote for cloture … any RINO dissenters will cost 'em … not just votes, but cold hard cash.

    Unlike Obama and the Dems, the RNC isn't exactly rollling in cash and volunteers, so making it real clear that they have to toe the line should pick up someone's attention. Now we'll see if they have the influence to do anything.

    Regards,

    JasonZ

    ================================

    Dear Senators Specter, Collins, and Snowe:

    I understand you all intend to vote in favor of cloture of debate under Senate Rule 22 and then in favor of the American Recovery and Stimulation Act of 2009 (H.R. 1; "The Economic Stimulus Act"). I am again asking you, as one of my Congressional representatives (Sen. Specter) and as prominent Republicans (Sen. Collins & Snowe), to vote AGAINST cloture and AGAINST this bill.

    Senator Specter, I have read your editorial in the Washington Post (“Why I Support the Stimulus”; http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/02/08/AR2009020801710.html) and find it mistaken on at least two counts.
    The first is the argument that “the country cannot afford to do nothing”, i.e., doing something, even something as flawed as this bill, is a better choice. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office disagrees, saying in fact that doing nothing is better than what this bill in its current state, will accomplish (“CBO: Obama stimulus harmful over long haul”; Washington Times, Feb 4; http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/feb/04/cbo-obama-stimulus-harmful-over-long-haul/). How is it that such a highly respected, sophisticated office of the Congress, adept at analyzing complex legislation, can come to this conclusion without the Senate pausing to consider their reasons? Is it just that $900 billion isn’t very much money these days, or is the hurry because there is a “special sale price” until Feb 10 and the cost will go up after that?

    The second argument is that a “moderate” (i.e., compromise) bill is the only thing that stands a chance of passage and such a bill must contain “something for everyone”. Even with $100 billion of earmarks taken out of the original legislation, the amount of non-stimulus spending in this bill, not based on the current emergency, but intended to finance a massive reorganization in the social and political nature of our country, is huge. Items which make absolutely no economic or logical sense were inserted into this hodgepodge of legislation.

    As an example, the bill allocates $88.6 million to the Milwaukee school system for new school construction “even though the district has 15 vacant buildings, a large surplus of property and no plans for new construction” because the number of children coming into the school district have been decreasing since 2000 (http://www.jsonline.com/news/education/38762217.html). Does this “economic stimulus” make any sense at all?
    The Senate needs to consider the contents of this bill in detail – cloture would terminate the ability to give it the consideration that the American people need from the Senate.

    Unless this bill is made to truly address Recovery and Stimulation, not social engineering, it should be defeated and a new bill drawn up. The Senate, as a part of the Congress, should give appropriate weight to the analysis of the Congressional Budget Office for each component of this bill.

    Senator Specter, when all the publicity has died down, I will still be a resident of Pennsylvania … and choosing who to work for and who to elect to the Senate. How you voted on this bill will be a strong influence on how I will vote.

    Senators Collins and Snowe, your constituents will also be there long after the intensity of this legislative pressure is gone. Those of us who will have to pay for this (and our children and grandchildren) will consider how you voted when we decide how we will vote.

    Please – do the right thing for America – vote AGAINST this bill.

    Regards,

  32. JasonZ says:

    Question for Jeff:

    All the SCOTUS cases were thrown out for lack of standing. Now that expenditure bills are being signed into law, presumably affecting my taxes, do I now “have standing” to challenge the legitimacy of the man “signing them into law”?

    I think we can all now show direct injury … to our pocketbooks … not to mention when/if our pseudo-POTUS releases the murdered of the American sailors on the USS Kohl …

    Do we have to wait until the jihadists land at Newark to have standing?

    What if 100 or 500 or 1000 or 10,000 people file claiming standing?

  33. JasonZ says:

    Form letter response from Sen Specter’s office … but at least it’s better than what Kris (Feb 9, 7.10 pm) got …

    Regards,

    JasonZ
    =====================

    Dear Dr. Z*****:

    Thank you for contacting my office regarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The concerns of my constituents are of great importance to me, and I rely on you and other Pennsylvanians to inform me of your views. I will keep your thoughts on this matter in mind. Thank you again for writing. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office or visit my website at http://specter.senate.gov.

    Sincerely,

    Arlen Specter

  34. Lance in TX says:

    I think the RNC should abandon the 3 turncoat Senators that voted for this horrible bill.
    The RNC should cut off ANY and ALL funding and should campaign against them.

  35. LuAnn says:

    I have emailed my senators.

    I am ready to join a march on DC!!!

    This is so re-dadgum-diculus!!!!

  36. Anonymous says:

    “It’s a good idea to keep hounding your reps. I suppose that’s the best conservatives can do. They are notorious for not liking the idea of protesting in person. I think that’s a problem for us, I really do. Glenn Beck is right when he says we should be marching on the capitol with pitchforks. But we won’t and that’s what I’ll tell my kids 40 years from now when they ask how the F this all happened and we became socialists.

    The conservatives let it happen.”
    —————————
    There is a rally in Richmond tomorrow that I would love to go to. Unfortunately, I have to work so that I can support the ones that aren’t working so that they can have time to protest.

    FUBAR

  37. goddessdivine says:

    Thanks for posting the info. I just emailed my Senator.

  38. Anonymous says:

    Please check out this Bloomberg link. It talks about the ruin of our healthcare system slipped inside the stimulus bill. This is an outrage.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&refer=columnist_mccaughey&sid=aLzfDxfbwhzs

  39. PO'd says:

    It's not just robbing our piggybanks. It's also rationing health care.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&refer=columnist_mccaughey&sid=aLzfDxfbwhzs

  40. Anonymous says:

    They intend to “means test” the elderly. If you are old or sick or smoke or overweight and some university study says you might not be worth the “investment” of medical resources, then you will be denied medical care options that cost more than supporting rationed euthanasia care to comfort the decline of your medical condition until morbidity finally overtakes you, ensuring you die as inexpensively as possible.

    What did they pay Michelle Obama nearly $400,000 per year for? They paid her to provide cover for a racist eugenics program that intercepted poor blacks attempting to be seen at her hospital, and bundled them in to taxis, cars or whatever and took them to public hospitals so Michelle’s employer would not be bothered by poor sick black people with no insurance. One of the public hospitals was bankrupted by this program and one doctor is already on record about the deaths it caused.

    The nationwide seeds of these eugenics programs are planted in Pelosi’s Stimulus Bill.

    You have seen nothing yet, people. The Chicago political syndicates, their socialist 5th column and the offshore foreign money now owns the President of the United States. The POTUS Turtle is bought and paid for. Rezko-Auchi is just the tip of the corruption iceberg.

    We are being sold out to collective transnational syndicate interests so a domestic oligarchy can be formed.

    Billions of our tax dollars are going to capitalize a networked national syndicate of Democrat patronage via a hundreds of activist non-profit corporations tied to unions and foreign interests.

    You are getting muscled out of American politics forever. They are taking over and you and your loved ones can forget that you were ever once sovereign individuals.

    At the rate the Republican leadership is failing, it won’t take four years to reach the tipping point.

  41. Anonymous says:

    To Anonymous 12:18:

    Did you also read in the Bloomberg Report the actual amount that the government has already spent and/or guaranteed to prop up the banking system and “stimulate” the economy since the beginning of this recession in 2007? I believe the number is $9.7 TRILLION. I wonder why no one is talking about the real cost of the government’s failed interventionist policies?

    I may be furious with Obama and his party, but I don’t give Bush/Paulson/Bernake a pass, either.

    I think that we need a third party made up of true conservatives who are more interested in being faithful to our Judeo/Christian principles and Constitutional values than in being elected by compromising.

    Grandpa Bob

  42. Anonymous says:

    Kris said… Here is the general email response I received from Specter’s office apparently in answer to those who emailed their disapproval of his actions. Is the guy deaf??:

    Excerpt: “Wave after wave of bad economic news has created its own psychology of fear and lowered expectations.”

    Unfortunately, I have to agree with that statement, because that is exactly what Obama and his friends in the media set out to accomplish. Wave after wave of bad economic news, lowered expectations, coupled with the fear of doing nothing, is exactly what spawned this big government, pork-laden spending bill.

    I truly believe that if Obama and his news comrades had chosen to deliver a message of positive belief in the resilience of America and Americans, thus creating a psychology of optimism, then great expectations for the future would already be here.

    But that is not what Obama wants, he specializes in fear politics and I am convinced that this spending bill is only the tip of the iceberg.

  43. MaryAlice says:

    You can see the “shovel ready” projects by State and City using this link

    http://www.stimuluswatch.org/project/bystate

    What a Mess!!!

  44. Anonymous says:

    Fox News has just announced that a portion of the stimulus spending bill is to ration health care services! ONE MORE STEP TOWARDS SOCIALISM. Call your reps. and senators now!!

  45. RON says:

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/02/10/cafferty.house/index.html

    I was shocked when I read this op piece at CNN.COM today. Jack Cafferty actually trashed Nancy Pelosi and her non-partisan tactics. He also agreed with the Republicans’ stance on the bill. Be still my heart.

    Maybe the honeymoon is over?

  46. CAL says:

    Jeff,
    Are you aware of the provision slipped into the stimulus bill which puts us on a road towards nationalized healthcare? The bill sets up a National Coordinator of Health Information. Most people think this just has to do with putting medical records on line. It is much more than that. This office has the responsibility to oversee how doctors are treating their patients to ensure cost effectiveness. This effects everyone – even people with private health insurance. This is the beginning of government determining who can get what medical treatments. The elderly should be particularly concerned as cost effectiveness is directly related to your remaining lifespan. See this article from Bloomberg:
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&refer=columnist_mccaughey&sid=aLzfDxfbwhzs

    This is something your readers may be interested in.

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