Thank you Mr. Graves

I just got off the phone with Marko at Congressman Grave’s Washington office.

I had spoken to him before and he remembered me. 

 

I made three points:

 

1.       Handing over the purse to an appointed official is constitutionally illegal.  It is congress’ obligation to handle the treasury.

2.       Where will the $700B come from?  This is a credit crisis remember?  No one is loaning each other any money right now so you can’t borrow it.  When you print $700B new paper currency out of thin air and pour that into the economy, the money that is currently in the “tax payers” (I hate being called that) pocket becomes less valuable, and the Dollar value goes down compared to food, clothes, shelter, etc…  This bailout will cause damage to the dollar and devastate the “tax payer” by causing severe inflation.

 

His response:  Marko told me that congressman Ron Paul has been talking about these same topics and Mr. Graves has expressed exactly these concerns about this situation.  “I would say, you and the congressman are on the same page regarding this issue.”

 

3.       I informed him that I am a member of the Campaign for Liberty, which is a young group of conservatives, many of which were outcast by the Rockefeller wing of the Republican party. Our numbers are growing everyday.  We are actively seeking leaders that understand our desire to restore the rule of law to this great nation.  Thanked him for his time, and told him I would be talking to him again soon.

 

Facts:

 

He voted against the bill. 

These comments are very encouraging, but this is politics. 

I humbly suggest everyone call him at 202-225-7041 and thank him for his courage to stand up against his chain of command within the RNC.

Changes, they are a commin!!!

 

DrD

Learn from your mistakes

 If you don’t learn from your past mistakes, you are doomed to repeat them. Some people do the same thing over and over again, but yet never do anything about the source of “why” they are doing them.

So guess, what, they will repeat them.

Now, keeping those quotes in mind, consider this… 

  • Huge expenditures from a massively expensive war are coming home to roost.
  • The U.S. economy and stock market are stalling; unemployment is rising.
  • In an attempt to pull the economy out of its funk, Washington is printing money like there’s no tomorrow.
  • Inflation – our cost of living – has begun rising.
  • Oil and gasoline prices are at all-time highs.
  • Food and raw materials are in increasingly short supply and prices are soaring worldwide.
  • Gold and silver prices are on a tear.
  • Congress is already controlled by the Democrats and voters are set to throw the Republicans out of the White House.

Have I left anything out?

Wait. You think I’m talking about TODAY’S headlines? 

Sorry. No. I was reading the above headlines 30 years ago – in the mid-1970s!