Saturday, February 7, 2009

A Message From Michael Steele

The new Republican National Committee chair.

Perhaps the Post-Bush Republican party has gotten a little sense smacked into them. Too bad they spent like drunken sailors themselves in the past 8 years.

Yes, Americans should keep more of what they earn! Now, that's a message I can agree with.

Any Senator voting for this pork laden spending bill will be contributing to the further demise of our economy. There is just too much in this spending package that will do nothing to stimulate the economy. Most of this bill will have absolutely NO effect until after 2010. Supporting this legislation is complete insanity.

Senator Snowe, Senator Specter and Senator Collins may want to look "bi-partisan", and go along with all the other Reid Senate Democrats but in the end they are going to be doing more harm than good. Shame on them all.

The debt created by this spending bill will haunt our children and their children's children.


Elisheva Hannah Levin said...

I agree with much of what he says, however, I do not agree that the government is capable of "jumpstarting the economy."

Judy Aron said...

I concur with your comment.

Kate said...

I completely agree with the notion that the gov't is not how this economy can be saved. I also agree that this bill is nothing but junk giving the gov't free reign to spend money it doesn't have.
Have you noticed though how Obama has made comments about how this bill is not an immediate answer to all the problems and that it will take awhile for things to work out? I think that is such an obvious case of someone trying to cover his rear! If the bill doesn't do any good (big surprise there) then all he has to do is tell everyone that it will take a little while longer. 'Its not *my* fault it hasn't worked, you just haven't waited long enough to see the results.'

KathyJo said...

My husband recently brought up the possibility that our politicians in Washington understand exactly what bailouts will do to the economy and the dollar. He pointed out that Americans were outraged at the idea of the Amero. Will they still be outraged when the dollar is so devalued that the average middle class American home starts to feel the pinch?