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Actually, The Game Has Changed

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March 18, 2010 – Comments (1)

Schools, Hospitals, Municipalities, Counties, and States to Layoff Millions as TAX revenues evaporate

IT'S STARTING: REGIONAL WALGREENS SAYS 'NO NEW MEDICAID'

Retailers moving away from branded products to their own private label due to evaporating margins and working capital constraints

Cash-Strapped New York State Halts $500 Million In Tax Rebate Checks...

Four banks face trial derivatives test

45 Detroit schools set to close under plan

39 Kansas City Schools

The Seton Family of Hospitals - 170 to 200

Update: The Jordan School District - 250+

Over 400,000 Americas are still losing jobs week after week....no wonder income tax receipts are evaporating

U.S. initial jobless claims drop 5,000 to 457,000

Few are hiring, many are laying off....and headlines focus on a drop of only 5,000?

40,000,000 standing in digital food lines on food stamps.....approaching 20,000,000 depending on unemployment checks AND GOVERNMENT RUNNING A $2 TRILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

REMEMBER..WE ARE TOLD.THIS IS A RECOVERY....

ASK YOURSELF WHAT IS REAL ESTATE WORTH WHEN FEW CAN AFFORD TO EVEN MAINTAIN A HOME??????

HOW MUCH WILL THE GOVERNMENT BE FORCED TO TAKE FROM YOU WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SIMPLY DOESN'T HAVE ENOUGH???

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#1) On March 18, 2010 at 9:34 AM, alstry (35.41) wrote:

THE SOVERIGNTY OF OUR NATION IS NOW AT STAKE....

Idaho challenges national health care proposal; more states may follow

Idaho first to sign law to sue fed gov't over healthcare; 37 other states consider...

Virginia will sue...

As the money runs out....more and more will fight for what is left.  We will try to pass laws that are unconstitutional simply to maintain the world as we know it....but the world as we know it needs massive amounts of credit flowing to the consumer to function....and now that is being cut off as evidenced by evaporating tax receiipts.

Sure, loaning over $3 trillion to government and businesses last year helped put a bandaid on things......but how long will we keep loaning to a shrinking economy???

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