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The fight isn’t over yet

by leslie on November 26th, 2010

The election is over, but the fight for freedom is not. There is a battle brewing in Congress. All those new representatives and senators won’t be sworn in until January. Until then, President Obama and his socialist pals Pelosi and Reed will be free to use this “lame duck” session of Congress to RAM through the rest of their Big Government agenda.
The International Banksters, Big Labor, and Federal Reserve are going for a final payday before this new Congress is sworn in. That’s why, even after all the bailouts, the outrageous Health Care Nationalization Scheme, and another $900 billion spent by the Fed last week, they want more. I’m asking for your help to stop this unprecedented grab for power:
***The Cap and Tax scheme that would drive already sky-high energy costs through the roof, massively hike taxes on hardworking Americans and give the federal government unprecedented control over the economy;***Tax increases, new bailouts of pet industries, and the much-talked-about “second stimulus package,” all designed to siphon away every last bit of wealth from the American people;***Retirement Account Confiscation allowing the IRS to seize your IRA and 401(k) accounts — claiming the need to “protect” them from their owners;***The new DANGEROUS ID Bill that would allow the government to listen to phone calls and monitor internet accounts and would mandate Americans get a federally-approved ID card complete with an RFID tracking device;*** Congressman Brad Sherman’s scheme to take away EVERYstate’s ability to pass a Right to Work Law. It would repeal all 22 current state Rightto Work laws and bar passing them in the future.

Please check out and They’ll keep you informed and connected to your Congressmen. They have been doing a fabulous job of protecting our freedom by stopping the above mentioned bills from being passed. Congress is out of control and it’s up to us to stop them.  

Leslie Bates

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