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McNerney's Strange Views on Controlling Our Lives: Big Govt, High TAXES, Obamacare, Cap 'n R Trade, Etc...

Original post made by Margaret, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Oct 15, 2010

McNereny, a marvelous spokesman for the Food Stamp Party, would love to "change" America into a predominantly government dependent-oriented economy. Let's "spread Detroit and Oakland around" to the rest of the country, is McNerney's mindset.

The scary thing is that there are not enough conservatives in Washington, YET, to stop the Food Stamp Party.

Voting McNerney OUT will certainly help turn this country around.

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Posted by radical
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Oct 15, 2010 at 9:20 am

some of those record number 41 million food stamp recipients are people who lost their livelihood after the shutdown of NUMMI, suppliers to NUMMI and other businesses shed jobs all over CA-11 when Obama pulled GM out of NUMMI and Toyota wasn't williing to runit allon their own

but it forwarded two big goals of Jerry and Obama, increase dependence on the federal government and eliminate manufacturing jobs that used to be the base of our economy

i am sure folks will run right out to buy the $75000 electric car when it rolls off the new tesla assembly line, if they find new jobs in the meantime

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