Monday, February 9, 2009

The Future Indebtedness Package...Oink!

As you can probably guess, I've been busy writing letters in opposition to the 'stimulus package' Obama is demanding that we swallow. I know he got into office because of banana republic voting methods, but this is still Amaerica. (I say this because a woman stood up at one of my art shows and admonished everyone to vote early and often because we need Obama.) His petulance and unprofessionalism, not to mention hypocrisy are astounding. So here is my most recent letter.
Senators Chambliss and Isakson, please stick to your principles on the
stimulus package and every other issue you address this year no matter
what the cost. President Obama is showing himself to be a petulant child
who demands his way, or else. It is disappointing to see a candidate who
ran on the promise of change, ending earmarks and wasteful government
programs, as well as the influence of lobbyists go back on his word
regarding all topics within his first month in office. This bill is an
atrocity, denounced even by the Congressional Budget Office as wasteful
and ineffective. I do not want to see future generations burdened with the
expense of this bill. Obama keeps saying he won. You did as well, or you
wouldn't be in office. Do not allow Obama to marginalize the opinions of a
large minority (48%) of voters, simply because they disagree with him. The
mantra of the left has always been 'every vote counts'. Please stand up to
these strong-arm tactics. You represent the people of Georgia, and were
put in office to uphold our principles, not Obama's wishes. Thank you for
your time, and continued efforts on my behalf.
President Obama, shame on you. Hypocrisy is not a virtue.


Dirk said...

President Obama's actions, that is, my way or no way, is typical of the left. If anyone opposes the WAY they want to accomplish something, then it's spun as opposing the issue itself. I guess that's "tolerance"??

You will likely get a telephone call from Mr. Chambliss's office. I sent an e-mail to him about the issues our veterans have in obtaining medical treatment & other benefits due them by law. His office manager called me back & I actually got to speak with him. I did a post on it, here's the link if you would like to see what happened:

I hope you too get a positive response. One person CAN still start a forest fire!


machinepolitick said...

Thanks for responding so quickly.I will be an egomaniac today, thanks to you!
I would be very surprised if I got a call, but it would go a little way to improving my opinion of Mr. Chambliss. He has been much more attentive to my opinions since I told him he lost my vote. He could just be blowing smoke up my butt, as they say.
We have to keep it up, though, so good luck on that. I will check out your post.

Heli gunner Tom said...

Thank you for the kind comment about me. I am going to love reading your Blog, and I think that you are a true Patriot!

Warm Regards,
Tom Schuckman

Disabled Vietnam Veteran: 68-70.