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Senator Durbin is either uninformed as to what has been going
on at the organization Acorn which is possible? We saw he is
clearly uninformed on the current Health Bills.
If he is informed and is aware then one can only see Senator Durbin
as a criminal. Someone who tells us the truth is a lie. We have seen 3 different Acorn offices employing people whom have no problem telling others how to breaks our laws in there own words. Senator Durbin condons this behavior he gave Acorn his vote of confidence.
Character does matter. Senator Durbins is questionable. Very few people spend other peoples money as carefully as they spend there own.
Senator Durbin see’s no problem sending my money to a group with serious questions. Someone who was working for us would say we need to halt funding until we get a clear understanding about this group and what they are in fact doing with this money. If they got a clean bill of health from the Inspector General that would be different.
Senator Durbin should have been the one calling for a halt not sitting around waiting for it to happen. He’s always the last one in
on matters important to the country and our state.
To Tom Roeser:
RE: Obummercare Mar 25 2010 article in Wanderter (just received)
1. You Chicagoans obviously have difficulty with big words: It’s “Obummercare,” not “Obamacare.”
2. Do you really think Nancy O. is leading the Hard Left People’s Revolitonary Party of Death and Deficits over a cliff? How wonderful! How many Catholic Bishops who have their ECONOMIC heads buried in a dark collectivist, Marxist hole will go over the cliff with them? Lots, I hope? Health care was definitely better when the Church ran it on its own. Health care on fiat money deficit steroids won’t work. Neither does the Post office, Medicare, socialist security, public education or any other program the Gov’t runs at the federal, state or local level. Wasn’t it Dorothy Day who pointed out the Gov’t doesn’t own the poor? Sorry folks, it looks like they are going to own all of us very shortly. Interest burdened deficit spending and borrowing has raised the cost of college tuition from $250 per year when i went to Loyola U., L.A., in the 1950′s to perhaps 50-100 times that amount today. Nite Law School at USC was about $500/year or semester, I can’t recall which. One of my sons graduated from McGeorge in Sacramento (we always refwerred to it as “McDuck” and hisa tuition for his last year was about $25K. Sorry, the poor could afford education and lots of health care before we all got saddled with unbridled inflation. How the devil do we get out of this mess?
Mario de Solenni
Crescent City, CA (aka People’s “Republic of Californication”)
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