Oh, I'm so glad you posted this. I saw this as well and thought Mrs. Blackburn hit it out of the park in exposing Gorey's evil plans to make money off of saving the world. How smug he is. I don't care if he's right or not, I'd rather the world get destroyed then to see his smug face again. At least I know myself and others like me will be raised to Heaven, so doesn't really matter to us I admit.
No doubt Regg. Gingrich hit it on the head too, the ever history teacher, who told the story of Viking King Canute, who thought he could take on the oceans. If Canute couldn't, we sure can't. So better to resolve ourselves in the fact that the oceans are just going to rise no matter what and we might as well live it up in the sun. But I wonder why he appeared in a "We Campaign" ad promotimg the reduction of CO2? Maybe he's just too smart for us.
Economic Stimulus. H.R. 5140, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, passed 385-35 on January 29, 2008 (Roll Call 25). It would provide about $150 billion in economic stimulus, including $101.1 billion in direct payments of rebate checks (typically $600) to most taxpayers in 2008 and temporary tax breaks for businesses. Creating money out of thin air and then spending the newly created money cannot improve the economy, at least not in the long term. (If it could, why not create even more money for rebates and make every American a millionaire?) The stimulus has no offset and thus increases the federal deficit by the amount of the stimulus because the government must borrow the rebate money. A realistic long-term stimulus can only be achieved by lowering taxes through less government and by reducing regulatory burdens. Marsha Blackburn voted FOR this bill.(Source: The New American – July 21, 2008) Marsha Blackburn is my Congressman. She is no conservative. See her unconstitutional votes at : http://bluecollarrepublican.com/blog/?p=614Mickey
You are so right Anonymous. With the lowered taxes and less regulations over the past 8 years, we have seen amazing long-term stimulus.
Thanks for coming anonymous. I appreciate your input.I understand your misgivings with Mrs. Blackburn's support of the porkulus bill. You are so right that the only way to reduce the debt is to cut taxes, which increases revenue somehow. However, you have to admit that Mrs. Blackburn was spot on with her destruction of Gorey's lies and his smugness. Now, if there's someone MORE conservative that runs against her in 2010, I can see not voting for her. But she is pretty good and maybe the best we can get in that liberal hotbed of Tennessee.
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