Save Our State of Massachusetts
This post is two-fold. One is to stir people to support the obvious, the other is to appeal to even the most hard-nosed Democrats to see what is NOT GOOD FOR OUR COUNTRY, thus, all the more so, NOT GOOD FOR MASSACHUSETTS which is all the more under one party rule.
Sometimes Scott Brown disappoints with votes that just seem inconsistent with what many of us hoped for when we sent him to Washington. But then, issues like this arise, [See more here.] and we are reminded of just how entrenched the one party Democrats are:
Barney Frank in 2005: What Housing Bubble? “The Biggest One-Day Loss in American History”
This was sent in an email from the Massachusetts chapter of Campaign for Liberty asking that we get 11 MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATORS who have yet to co-sponsor this bill, to sign on with the 159 members of the House and 6 Senators who have. To that end, they ask that you contact your Massachusetts legislators today if they have not already become co-sponsors of their bill to
Do you remember how the same people that demanded that we bailout these billionaire bankers, would not tell us who received the $2 trillion dollars in emergency loans from U.S. taxpayers?
Ben Bernanke: “I don’t know who received the money”
With all the corruption we know to exist in government, and elsewhere, what could be more of a no brainer than to audit an organization that, while not part of government, wields enormous power over almost every aspect of our lives, i.e. the economy, and yet has never been subjected to such scrutiny? (Scott Brown’s office was contacted for his position on this issue, and we await his response. Meanwhile, one could not help but be be struck by all the D’s in the list below. When you see further down how our administration regards anyone who so much as votes Republican, let alone, carries that scarlet letter of an R after their name, it is cause for both concern, and a modicum of gratitude that there is at least one R in the mix). Even diehard Democrats ought to be able to see how this one party rule and partisanship mentality is detrimental to moving this country forward in these challenging times, and it is hoped that they too will call to mobilize the following to sign on to this bill:
Rep. John Olver (D— 1st District): 202-225-5335
Rep. Richard Neal (D— 2nd District): 202-225-5601
Rep. Jim McGovern (D— 3rd District): 202-225-6101
Rep. Barney Frank (D— 4th District): 202-225-5931
Rep. Niki Tsongas (D— 5th District): 202-225-3411
Rep. Ed Markey (D— 7th District): 202-225-2836
Rep. Michael Capuano (D— 8th District): 202-225-5111
Rep. Stephen Lynch (D— 9th District): 202-225-8273
Rep. William Keating (D— 10th District): 202-225-3111
Senator John Kerry (D): 202-224-2742
Senator Scott Brown (R): 202-224-4543
And here is the mentality we are dealing with at the top, magnified by virtue of Massachusetts being one of the bluest of states in the Union. [from http://polination.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/more-honest-open-minded-and-tolerant-democrats/ with thanks.]:
I’m just so underwhelmed by his passion for the dignity of his office and understanding of our system of government.
Chrissy’s Site Bites: http://news.webshots.com/photo/2860011400056011884qhzMQP
Joe and the other horse’s end are obviously working from the same script.