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300 million lose to 545! Why??

Original post made by unclehomerr.., Downtown, on Aug 2, 2009

Read and consider.. :

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There aren't many things I get through email which I send on. Most, I read and consider.. formulating a position myself.

Charlie Reese is a retired Florida newspaper columnist. In this column, he has spectacularly worded the random thoughts which have been bothering me for months. It truly is the '545' who put and keep us in the mess we're in today.

Vote 'em out! Cancel their pensions, health plans, limo's, credit cards, perks, private jets! They work for us.. but, they serve themselves!

Google his name and read some of his other columns. The guy has his head on straight.

Discuss amongst yourselves.. I'll be back.



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