Saturday, June 5, 2010
More Lies, More Bad Results + A Book
Hire. Fire. Re-hire. Claim the "new job" numbers.
Census hires more workers than needed as a "cost saving measure".
Job creation by private companies grew at the slowest pace since the start of the year, as a wave of census hiring lifted payrolls by 431,000 in May.
U.S. Economy: May Employment Gain Trails Forecast
Stocks Slide 323 Points as a result
81 Bank Failures To Date In 2010
Poseur: Obama Lashes Out At BP Just a wee bit late for anyone to view it as genuine.
Meanwhile Dick Durbin (D) proposes a bailout for BP Durbin and Obama have a cozy relationship.
Not to be outdone, David Vitter (R) also proposes a bailout for BP.
Two sides of the same corrupt coin? You betcha. I've already told people who have called this house campaigning for this or that candidate that if I've seen a sign advertising their campaign, or see an R or D after their names, I'm not voting for them.
This led to an angry exchange with one caller who stated I was "throwing away my vote" on someone who had "no chance of winning". I reminded the caller that this is the same line that has been used for generations to ensure a lock on maintaining control over our state and federal institutions by our corrupt so-called "two party" system. If enough people choose to vote for those unable to pay for advertising, then those candidates do have a chance of winning.
Vote for the nobody. Look at your ballot very carefully. Pick the people who took the time to register to run for office, but didn't take money from special interests to fund their campaign. People who advertise their campaigns are getting that money from somewhere, and I'll wager its not from their piggy bank.
The worst possible thing that can happen is we wind up with a bunch of people who can't agree on anything. That could be a very good thing as far as Freedom is concerned. No more concerted effort to strip you of your rights.
Now what do you make of this next story?
City Uses DNA to fight dog poop
A Books For You To Read.
Breaking The Tyrants Chains: Neo-Guerilla Tactics For Combat - Duncan Long
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