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Call these congressmen by July 2 to stop the largest tax bill ever passed by a session of Congress

 Call these congressmen by July 2 to stop the largest tax bill ever passed by a session of Congress HR 2454 (CAP & TRADE BILL PASSES) RECORDED VOTE 26-Jun-2009 7:17 PM 8 Republicans who voted for Cap and Trade The following republicans voted FOR the largest tax bill ever passed by a session of Congress: […] Continue reading →
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Call These Reps & Tell Them to Vote NO!

 US CONGRESS 202-225-3121! THESE HOUSE REPS ARE ON THE BORDER – PLEASE TELL THEM TO VOTE NO – URGENT Leonard (NJ) Reichert (WA) Altmire (PA) (202)-225-2565 Bright (AL) (202)-225-2901 Dahlkemper (PA) (202)-225-5406 Driehaus (OH) (202)-225-2216 Ellsworth (IN) (202)-225-4636 Kissell (NC) (202)-225-3715 Kratovil (MD) (202)-225-5311 Kanjorski (PA) (202) 225-6511 Minnick (ID) (202)-225-6611 Teague (NM) (202)-225-2365 Continue reading →
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Republicans and Democrats Who Need To Be Contacted! Fax Numbers Provided

 *Here are the fax numbers*: *Repubs who are considering a yes vote (tell them NO WAY!! can you believe this??!!):* Bartlett (MD) Fax: (202) 225-2193 Castle (DE) Fax: (202) 225-2291 Dent (PA) Fax: (202) 226-0778 Ehlers (MI) Fax: (202) 225-5144 Frelinghuysen (NJ) Fax: (202) 225-3186 Gerlach (PA) Fax: (202) 225-8440 Inglis (SC) Fax: (202) 226-1177 […] Continue reading →
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Call US Congress at 202-225-3121!

 US Congress Call US Congress at 202-225-3121! Tell Them We Can’t Afford Any More Taxes and that you Oppose The Cap-in-Trade, aka Carbon Tax. This is all you need to say when contacting your Congressman: Hi my name is _______________from YOUR TOWN AND ZIP CODE. I am a Tea Party Patriot. I am calling today […] Continue reading →
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Urgent Action – Cap and Trade VOTE!

 Glenn Beck said on radio that CONGRESS IS VOTING ON CAP AND TRADE AND CARD CHECK. We have confirmed with Senator Martinez and Congressman Rooney’s office that Cap and Trade will be voted on in the HOUSE THIS FRIDAY. No confirmation on card check. Health care show tonight is a RUSE…..without CAP AND TRADE which raises our […] Continue reading →
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June 24th ABC Protests

 Tea Party Patriots protest ABC News infomercial on socialized health care More than 900 Tea Party groups nationwide will hold protests Wednesday against ABC News’ one-sided, supportive presentation of the Obama administration’s plan for a nationalized health care system. Called “Questions for the President: Prescription for America,” the special edition of “Primetime” airing Wednesday at […] Continue reading →
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Obama Health Insurance Tax Calculator

 Barack Obama promised to cut taxes for 95% of working families, yet the President and his allies in Congress have now shown support for a new tax on your employer provided health benefits that last fall Obama himself called the “largest middle-class tax hike ever.” It is a tax that could cost you and your […] Continue reading →
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Individual Act of Patriotism

 On April 25, 1976 at Dodger Stadium, Rick Monday of the Chicago Cubs, grabbed and secured the American flag from two muslims attempting to burn our flag in the middle of the playing field. It was an outstanding display of American Patriotism. Here is a great video on individual action and patriotism. “Do you want […] Continue reading →
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Tax Rates Would Need to More Than Double If Entitlements Are Not Reformed

 Under current law, the costs of Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security will rise substantially. If this spending were funded solely through federal income tax increases, tax rates would more than double, even for the lowest tax bracket. Increased Tax Rates Necessary to Pay for Entitlement Spending Continue reading →
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NO To Government Healthcare – Freedom Rallies

 South Florida Tea Party joins fight against health care reform The South Florida Tea Party chapter is joining a statewide effort July 2 to prevent Florida legislators from backing a federal bill that would dramatically raise beverage taxes to support a government takeover of the nation’s health care system. Tea Party chapters across the state […] Continue reading →
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President’s PAYGO Proposal is Unworkable

 Posted June 9th, 2009 at 2.12pm in Ongoing Priorities. President Obama today is promoting a Pay-as-You-Go (PAYGO) statute requiring that tax cuts and entitlement expansions be collectively deficit-neutral. Congress is likely to take up the proposal later this month. Since 2007, Congress has had a PAYGO rule mandating that each new tax and entitlement bill be […] Continue reading →
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ObamaCare= $1.8 billion to $2.0 billion dollars A DAY!!!

 Cost Estimates for Health Reform Are Nonsense By Lawrence A. Hunter, Ph.D. Back in the day, when I was minority staff director of the congressional Joint Economic Committee, Texas A&M economist Morgan Reynolds and I co-authored a report on HillaryCare then under consideration by the Congress.  The report was titled “A Billion Dollars A Day” [HERE […] Continue reading →