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I know one thing if I can figure out how to increase my wealth by going deeper into debt, I'll be the first to post it here and let everybody in on the secret.
So is this about the last bailout or all three?
I seriously hope it doesn't come down to that though, I really don't. But there is a side of me that says it will.
I wonder about that also! Starve the people, let them fend for themselves and on each other. If we don't know someone "elite", we may be screwed. Who knows but the way this is going, it doesn't look fun.
What are they going to pay people with?
Kansas Liberty: 26 February 2009
Last week, demonstrators protested against Moore's support of the stimulus package. Friday, a rally in support of Brownback's vote against the handout.
Another area 'tea party' rally planned
Another Kansas event will be added to the growing number of Tea Party protests, the spontaneous demonstrations of concern about perceived excesses in the Obama stimulus package that have been erupting over the last week.
Last weekend, a protest was held outside Democratic Rep. Dennis Moore's office, where hundreds of disgruntled Kansans gathered to protest Moore’s support of the stimulus package.
This time, organizers have announced a rally Friday at 11:30 a.m. outside of Republican Sen. Sam Brownback’s Wichita office. The organizers said they hope to show support for Brownback’s decision to vote against the legislation.
And this Saturday at 10 a.m., another stimulus protest will be taking place to show disagreement with Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill's support of the massive handout. Protesters will be meeting at 47th and J.C. Nichols Parkway and then walking to McCaskill’s Kansas City office.