Friday, February 06, 2009


I PORCULUS President President poopy-pants (who is an Islamo-Communist from Kenya I might add) has jumped out of his spiffy ride and is all up in our face. In his modest fashion (somewhere between "You white devils shall be silent!" and "My talent is on loan from Ah-LAH") he has called for our wallet and our watch. CALL YOUR SENATORS! Listen to Newt Gingrich (video) CLICK HERE FOR STIMULUS VIDEO

Here is the list of each Senator, his office phones and fax numbers in Washington D.C. and their home States and the Emails of all his staff.

This should help you contact the Senators to ask them to vote against the Pork stimulus package, which the Congressional Budget Office and most economists (not emotionally and blindly rooting for Obama) will not improve the economy any better over the next ten years than if we DID NOTHING!

In fact studies also show that the current Obama stimulus package will do MORE DAMAGE if passed than the potential damage of DOING NOTHING.
Increased Government Intervention Will Lead to Unmitigated Disaster 02-06-2009 The fiscal stimulus bill being debated in Congress not only won't help the economy, it will make the recession much worse, says Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital.
Schiff scoffs at the notion the economic decline is starting to level off and concedes no government action means a "terrible" recession.
But the path of increased government intervention will lead to "unmitigated disaster," says Schiff, who gained notoriety in 2007-08 for his prescient calls on the housing bubble and U.S. stocks.
The problem, he says, is the government is trying to perpetuate a "phony economy" based on borrowing and spending. With the U.S. consumer tapped out, the government is "now taking on the mantle" of consumer of last resort, he continues, predicting the bond bubble will soon burst - if it hasn't already - ultimately leading to a collapse of the dollar and an "inflationary depression worse than anything any of us have ever seen."
If nothing else, Schiff is an nonpartisan critic of American policymakers, comparing President Bush to Herbert Hoover and President Obama to FDR, and neither in a favorable way.

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