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This should be addressed to JOHN BOEHNER & MITCH MCCONNELL
Good luck. They will keep using it because they now want to DISMANTLE it. Starve the beast,get rid of unions, so they can keep feeding their base.
IE: Get rid of Great Society, go back to Robber Baron Rule.
Gvt for rich people...let the rest eat cake.
And the other one that really angers me is this lie, heard from Palin's bitter mouth all the time: "The wealthiest Americans are the "Job Creators". Another lie.
They are wealth hoarders, using America to do it.
It's been a way long time since they cared about America. Best example is GM, who, with gvt HELP,prospered and succeeded and kept the jobs here. More employee ownership, more employee stake in the game.
That is NOT what the Republicans want.
Why must we keep repeating history before people get that?
Cause of this: the lie abouth gvt take-over;
"it played an important role in shaping public opinion about the health care plan and was a significant factor in the Democrats' shellacking in the November elections."
Big money> Big talk>People spread it around: Fox, Talk radio>People believe the lie.
Every news station has their backers. They all serve nuggets of spin.
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