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Nancy asks…

are you going to call or email your congressman to tell them VOTE NO for bailout?

Dear Friends,

Whenever a Great Bipartisan Consensus is announced, and a compliant media assures everyone that the wondrous actions of our wise leaders are being taken for our own good, you can know with absolute certainty that disaster is about to strike.

The events of the past week are no exception.

The bailout package that is about to be rammed down Congress’ throat is not just economically foolish. It is downright sinister. It makes a mockery of our Constitution, which our leaders should never again bother pretending is still in effect. It promises the American people a never-ending nightmare of ever-greater debt liabilities they will have to shoulder. Two weeks ago, financial analyst Jim Rogers said the bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac made America more communist than China! “This is welfare for the rich,” he said. “This is socialism for the rich. It’s bailing out the financiers, the banks, the Wall Streeters.”

That describes the current bailout package to a T. And we’re being told it’s unavoidable.

The claim that the market caused all this is so staggeringly foolish that only politicians and the media could pretend to believe it. But that has become the conventional wisdom, with the desired result that those responsible for the credit bubble and its predictable consequences – predictable, that is, to those who understand sound, Austrian economics – are being let off the hook. The Federal Reserve System is actually positioning itself as the savior, rather than the culprit, in this mess!

• The Treasury Secretary is authorized to purchase up to $700 billion in mortgage-related assets at any one time. That means $700 billion is only the very beginning of what will hit us.

• Financial institutions are “designated as financial agents of the Government.” This is the New Deal to end all New Deals.

• Then there’s this: “Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.” Translation: the Secretary can buy up whatever junk debt he wants to, burden the American people with it, and be subject to no one in the process.

There goes your country.

Even some so-called free-market economists are calling all this “sadly necessary.” Sad, yes. Necessary? Don’t make me laugh.

Our one-party system is complicit in yet another crime against the American people. The two major party candidates for president themselves initially indicated their strong support for bailouts of this kind – another example of the big choice we’re supposedly presented with this November: yes or yes. Now, with a backlash brewing, they’re not quite sure what their views are. A sad display, really.

Although the present bailout package is almost certainly not the end of the political atrocities we’ll witness in connection with the crisis, time is short. Congress may vote as soon as tomorrow. With a Rasmussen poll finding support for the bailout at an anemic seven percent, some members of Congress are afraid to vote for it. Call them! Let them hear from you! Tell them you will never vote for anyone who supports this atrocity.

The issue boils down to this: do we care about freedom? Do we care about responsibility and accountability? Do we care that our government and media have been bought and paid for? Do we care that average Americans are about to be looted in order to subsidize the fattest of cats on Wall Street and in government? Do we care?

When the chips are down, will we stand up and fight, even if it means standing up against every stripe of fashionable opinion in politics and the media?

Times like these have a way of telling us what kind of a people we are, and what kind of country we shall be.

In liberty,

Ron Paul
are you going to step up and tell your senator or congressman how you feel?
I will make it easy if you reply yes you are going to step up -here is a link to email your congressmen /senator –

excuse me trhe above link only works for senators the congress link isnt working at the site

scottparat answers:

Here is the text of the message that I sent:

I am writing to voice my strong opposition to any form of government intervention in the present financial crises. I understand that many commentators are predicting the complete collapse of the U.S. Financial system if you do not act. As a person with credentials in quantitative finance (granted many in my profession have been proven less than capable), I doubt (though do not rule out) such a calamity. I do fully expect that there will be general problems from this point regardless of your actions. Even if failure to intervene results in such a collapse, I stress that I still oppose intervention.

In my opinion, government policies (regulatory, fiscal and monetary) have encouraged over-consumption and have resulted in a reduction to real savings and the consumption of capital. Wealth consists of real stuff. No amount of financial manipulation can restore lost wealth. It may only delay the day of reckoning while transferring remaining wealth into the hands of the politically connected. Meanwhile, if resources are being misallocated, wealth will continue to be destroyed on the way to the complete crack-up of the financial system no matter what the balance sheets of politically favored companies show.

Difficulties are ahead no matter what course you and your colleagues choose. You must know that a growing number of people are adopting the opinion that I hold. Government policies are to blame for the current problems, and we do not trust you to fix them. I do fear what could happen if the most dire predictions are realized. Please consider my assurances that intervening upon behalf of failing companies that are wasting resources can only make things worse.

I urge you to oppose the bail outs.


Charles asks…

i wanna know if this email is true or a scam sent to me by Petro-Canada ?

We are recruiting but qualified applicants under our global impact project to compliment the demand in our international production expansion,product supplies and the increasing energy market.

Our Human Resource Team has evaluated your resume as submitted to our desk through our accredited placement company Universal Sfaffing Network Inc.

We herewith notify you that we have provisionally offered you the position of:
Shipping/Recieving Clerk

You are required to complete the attached form. To increase your chances, you are free to apply for one additional job opening as indicated in the attached details.

Upon our receipt and successful review of your completed forms we shall advise you further and proceed with the offer of employment.

Thanks for your kind attention as you complete and attach back the completed forms.

Yours faithfully,

Peter S. Kallos

Executive Vice-President, Human Resources & Offshore International


Head Office: P O Box 2844 Calgary Alberta Canada T2P 3E3.

Street Address: 150-6th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta Canada

Telephone: 1-800-560-PCAZ

Telefax: 1 -801 -998-7354

scottparat answers:

Scam scam scam.

For one thing, Petro-Canada has its own domain name. Why would it use yahoo? For another, why is the fax number in Utah when Peter Kallos is located in Calgary? Thirdly, why is the executive VP of a multinational corporation with over 5,000 employees personally sending out e-mails offering strangers jobs as shipping clerks?

Such nonsense. It’s a scam.

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