Monday, August 16, 2010

New $26 Mil Stimulus Bailout Bill for Teachers called ‘Cash for Flunkers’

I received this item from Newsmax.com in an email, "House Minority Leader John Boehner has suggested several names for the new stimulus bill Democrats rammed through Congress last week none of them complimentary.”
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This completely unnecessary, foolhardy, and highly charged Pelosi promised political payoff (the latest so-called stimulus bill) was geared primarily to buy or save votes of thousands of teachers and state employees. The bill was forced through the House so quickly that it didn’t even have a name. But CNSNews reported that Republicans said the bill is an election-year gift to teachers and public workers unions.

Newsmax.com also quoted House Minority Leader Boehner as saying about the newest bailout legislation, “A nameless bill for a hopeless cause is a fitting metaphor for a Democratic Congress that refuses to listen to the American people and abandon its job-killing agenda.”

He offered a few priceless specific suggestions. Here are some. I underscored my favorites.


· Save Our “Stimulus” (SOS) Act


· “Recovery Summer” Bailout Act (Cash for Flunkers)


· Delivering Unions a Major Boost (DUMB) Act


· Helping Election Expenditures, Hurting American Workers (HEEHAW) Act


· Democracy Is Strengthened by Clearly Leveraging and Optimizing Special-Interests' Effectiveness (DISCLOSE) Act


· Rescuing Incumbent Democrats Is Costly (RIDIC) Act


· Summertime Cash for Union Bosses Instead of Spending Cuts for Taxpayers Act


· Frivolous Act of Ineffective Largesse (FAIL) Act


· Naming These Things Hasn't Gotten Us Anywhere, So Why Bother Act


Another bill title might be, "Step-Daughter of Stimulus Act," in acknowledgement to harried and hurried Speaker Pelosi's draconian measure.

November cannot come soon enough. We have to stop the bleeding by these persons with their destructive socialist agenda, which is wrecking and reeking havoc on the nation and its economy.

Remember in November – remember all the stimulus and bailout bills …

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