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Change
01-12-2009, 07:52 PM
NO MORE BAILOUT. I think it is time to tell Washington NO WAY? Are you in? and have you called your representative? Have you had enough?

No big fan fair, just get on the phone and call, and say NO WAY BUSH, NO WAY OBAMA, we are not failing for the media hype, We get it, we understand...NO BAILOUT, figure it out and use the money we already allocated, under pressure, unaccounted for....

Sick of the hype! You don't need to be a college grad or of high intel or moral standing to see our Country failing apart under both parties. Say NO TO BAILOUT. Do you know even who to call or how to participate in the process. GET ON THE PHONE to your representative and tell them NO to the SECOND HALF OF BAILOUT.

NO MORE.....

liberteebell
01-12-2009, 08:47 PM
Yeah, I've had enough. I've called and called before and I'll do it again tomorrow.

Change
01-12-2009, 11:29 PM
Do we give up? No! We have a very strong grassroot organization. We cannot. We need a money bomb.

I know what you are thinking...times are not so good, trust me.. we can do it! we have too! I have a local Ron Paul Coordinator looking to step down. I won't have it. Life is too short. Whatever it takes! I don't care much about the media or the POLITICAL parties...Democrat or Republican... What I care about is the System.... We need to fight and CONTINUE TO Build....

Anyone out there?..

I have an idea... and trust me, I have Ron Paul REPUBLICAN FRIENDS throughout the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA...

DO YOU THINK WE SHOULD HAVE A NATIONAL RON PAUL REPUBLICAN PROGRESSIVE DINNER EVENT? MONEY BOMB EVENT? EVERYONE LOVES TO EAT, DRINK, AND BE MERRY! LETS GO!

Change
01-12-2009, 11:47 PM
Food for thought, as obama enjoys the massive media coverage, lets eat, drink, and be merry protecting our liberties...a massive progressive dinner should be planned. So you believe in liberty? Have a dinner party..for liberty...share your home for the history making moment..but remember to fund the cause of liberty....what's on your menu...$10 a head, have a liberty party.....ron paul.., he just makes sense. $10 bucks i am in.

hadenough
01-14-2009, 03:44 PM
Yea, I've had enough.

hehehehe!

acptulsa
01-14-2009, 03:52 PM
This is just in from the C4L:


January 14, 2009

Dear fellow patriot,

Representative Barney Frank, chairman of the House Financial
Services Committee, has introduced H.R. 384, the TARP Reform and
Accountability Act, which has bypassed normal committee
procedures and could come up for a vote on the House floor today.

Once again, you and I and the U.S. taxpayer are being taken to
the cleaners.¬ Well I say, let's tell them this time how we
really feel.

According to Frank, this amendment will add transparency and
accountability to the TARP Act.¬ But as is standard operating
procedure for the federal government, a bill posing as an effort
to tighten oversight and increase accountability only further
intensifies government manipulation of the market.

Here are a few of the harmful provisions lurking in the
legislation:

- Codifies the use of TARP funds to bail out auto manufactures
and make loans to their financing arms.¬ Congress opposed the
use of the funds for this purpose during the TARP debate, and it
must not be "read back" into the legislation.

- Requires that "no less than $40 billion" of the remaining $350
billion TARP dollars be assigned to foreclosure mitigation.¬
More government interference in the housing market to keep prices
high.

- Clarifies the Treasury Department's authority to establish new
offices to oversee the availability of consumer loans, such as
student and auto loans.¬ More government bureaucracies to
supervise other bureaucracies.

- Keeps the increase in deposit insurance coverage for banks to
$250,000 permanently, which was enacted temporarily as part of
TARP to stave off bank runs.

- Increases the FDIC's borrowing authority from $30 billion to
$100 billion and allows it to obtain sums in excess of $100
billion upon the Treasury Secretary's approval.¬ If you said
"way too much authority without Congressional approval," you
guessed right.

There are two ways I would ask you to help today:

1. Please contact your representatives and urge them to oppose
H.R. 384.¬ If you need your representatives' contact
information, it can be found at C4L's website:
http://www.campaignforliberty.com/kb.php¬ Remind them that TARP
was similarly rushed through the House and has not only failed to
meet its objectives, but is nowhere near fully accountable.

2. Please visit: https://www.campaignforliberty.com/donate.php
and make a most generous donation of $25, $50, $100, or even
$1,000.¬ It may not feel like it sometimes, but there are
millions of folks who agree with us on the principles of liberty
and the free market.¬ ¬ We must reach out to these fellow
patriots and that takes money.

Although the Frank bill is marketed as addressing concerns about
TARP's accountability, it must go through the regular committee
markup process.

It is only right that the Treasury and the Federal Reserve be
required to lay out all their information on how previous TARP
funds were dispersed before any further money is authorized or
additional efforts made.


For liberty,

John Tate