Thursday, February 05, 2009


And the Obama Administration corruption stench goes on, goes on, goes on. As does the stink of Congress with Rangel and others.

Fits in well with his Chicago neighborhood organizer activity days!

And at the prayer meeting Obama added secular non-profit groups to those who would benefit - ACORN!

Some $4 BILLION for ACORN is still in the Stimulus package Obama is in such a hurry to pass.

And ACORN is also now "investigating" for Obama on matters that have nothing to do with their mandate but everything to do with putting pressure on Obama opposition.

Angry Voters Flood Capitol with Calls Against Stimulus

By Mark Impomeni President Barack Obama's presidential campaign prided itself on being a grassroots effort. Obama aimed to inspire millions of Americans to engage in the political process, some for the first time, to help bring about change. But the Obama Administration and Congressional Democrats may be learning now that there is a flip side to inspiring Americans to action. If they don't get what they want, they will let their elected officials know about it.

Switchboard operators at the Capitol say that frustrated voters are jamming phone lines with calls to Senators and Congressmen against Obama's and the Democrats' proposed economic stimulus plan.

Some Senators report that calls to their offices about the plan are running in the hundreds per day, up from just a handful last month. Voters are upset both at the cost of the plan, which is at over $900 billion currently, and the recent tax troubles of Obama Administration nominees, which is feeding the perception that there are different sets of rules for the well connected and the ordinary citizen.

Government and fiscal policy groups say they have seen an increase in calls, e-mails, and web site traffic from voter anger at the stimulus bill and the tax issues. David Williams, vice president of Citizens Against Government Waste, said that people are feeling like "suckers" for paying their taxes while so many Obama nominees have been shown to have not paid theirs.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington Deputy Director agreed, saying that frustration among the electorate is palpable.

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