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On top of all this, they have Premier Health Insurance "FOR FREE" get grants if they claim they have a farm even if it only has one cow and my list could go on and on. Why do you think they bailed out out these companies like GM and Wall Street, because they have a vested interest in them, they do not let us bail out or get a second chance if we mess up! But, that is why I only buy Ford, they recovered on their own "Without" Bailout support from the government and I will always respect that of them.
The biggest thing though that people seem to go brain dead on, is the fact nothing gets done in Government (except of course, voting themselves wage increases) is they want to keep us average Americans poor and needy and it does not matter if you are a DEM or a Republican, this is the agenda and is what will kill our Country.
Just like with this Global Warming, yes, the world has done some damage, but the world has gone through ice ages, devastating years of extreme heat, and floods for eons of years. When I was a kid and went to the beaches and saw all these homes feet away from waves, always thought they were stupid to build there and claiming Hurricane Sandy was caused by Global warming is ignorant and would have (and has) happened. Global Warming is just another money making agenda they need to not only make more money, but to try and bring jobs back to America, wont happen though, as China will take this from us too due to the greed of our Government for more money
Fire them all........ can they spell Term limits!!!!!!!! We the people Must demand change.......
They are elected to serve the people, not them selves...... These fools are sooooooo out of touch with what working really means and paying bills with little money is all about.
America, wake the hell up and get rid of these POS's and put new ideas and blood in OUR congress and senate............ They all need to go. If we, the people keep voting these morons back into office, we deserve what we get, so stop complaining................
FIRE THEM ALL AND LET THE PEOPLE LEADE OUR COUNTRY.............
TERM LIMITS! LESS GOVT. LOWER TAXES. LESS SPENDING. SAVE MEDICARE AND SS CAUSE WE PAID INTO IT AND CUT
ALL THE BS LIBERAL SOCIALIST CRAP! YOU CAN'T STAY ON WELFARE AND FOODSTAMPS YOUR ENTIRE LIFE! CUT THEM
OFF! KILL OBAMACARE BEFORE IT KILLS THE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND WE ALL WIND UP WITH HIGHER RATES AND
DEATH PANELS DECIDING OUR HEALTHCARE! CUT ALL BENEFITS FOR CONGRESS! NO PENSION NO HEALTHCARE!
They've got the money ..they now have the power
and you get the shaft...why? ..to take care of their friends.
They have the lowest rating since the ice age and the
stupids keep voting them back in ..
Q. What's the difference between stupid and genius???
A. There's a limit to genius...
wait, wait, wait, how much are these people making and they work for us. some of them make more than some CEO's. hold up, what wrong with this picture.
"More than 40 lawmakers reported assets of $25,000 or less." RIGHT!
Just watch what magically happens to their net worth during their terms.
THAT IS WHY WE NEED TERM LIMITS.
SENATORS: TWO TERMS THEN OUT. CAN'T RUN AGAIN FOR 25 YEARS
REPRESENTATIVES: 6 TERMS THEN OUT. CAN'T RUN AGAIN EVER.
Why not give it a try?
I'd like to see these rich "b's" try to live off of a typical salary of 30K to 70K per year like the most of us have to do.
No man can get rich in politics unless he’s a crook!
– President Harry Truman
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