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September 24, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: SKF , GS

There is no better use of your time then to call your Congressman and tell him to stop this insanity. If King Henry is not stopped, you can expect more of this behavior in the future. The US government is now the nations largest home owner, insurer etc... you must try and stop this intrusion into the markets. Ron Paul Says "Call Them!"

In a Letter from Ron: Time is running out Ron Paul is urging everyone to "Call Them!".

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 FYI  - from Statsgeek and Mish Shedlock:

Click Here To Play They Want Mama To Make It All Better 

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#1) On September 24, 2008 at 8:36 PM, pjani06 (29.23) wrote:

Hey Ares,

Thanks for this blog post!  We need the pressure on the representatives on congress, let them know & feel the unpopularity of the bailout.  And let them know how we will vote in the future if they turn their backs on us!

Thanks for the support on my first blog entry on Monday.  Looks like news media is channeling attention this way; please provide some thoughts on a post I just put up minutes ago here: The bailout runs into a populist backlash - Los Angeles Times

provide some discussion / agree/disagree with my points if you care to, itd be much appreciated. 

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#2) On September 24, 2008 at 8:39 PM, abitare (90.50) wrote:

 pjani06

No problem it is the right thing to do.

Ron Paul 24 Sep 08 

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#3) On September 24, 2008 at 9:06 PM, abitare (90.50) wrote:

FYI - 

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THURSDAY’S PROTEST

When: 4pm Thursday, September 25!
Where: Southern end of Bowling Green Park, in the plaza area
What to bring: Banners, noisemakers, signs, leaflets, etc.
Why: To say we won’t pay for the Wall Street bailout

Everyone,

This week the White House is going to try to push through the biggest
robbery in world history with nary a stitch of debate to bail out the Wall
Street bastards who created this economic apocalypse in the first place.

This is the financial equivalent of September 11. They think, just like
with the Patriot Act, they can use the shock to force through the
“therapy,” and we’ll just roll over!

Think about it: They said providing healthcare for 9 million children,
perhaps costing $6 billion a year, was too expensive, but there’s
evidently no sum of money large enough that will sate the Wall Street
pigs. If this passes, forget about any money for environmental protection,
to counter global warming, for education, for national healthcare, to
rebuild our decaying infrastructure, for alternative energy.

This is a historic moment. We need to act now while we can influence the
debate. Let’s demonstrate this Thursday at 4pm in Wall Street (see below).
We know the congressional Democrats will peep meekly before caving in like
they have on everything else, from FISA to the Iraq War.

With Bear Stearns, Fannie and Freddie, AIG, the money markets and now this
omnibus bailout, well in excess of $1 trillion will be distributed from
the poor, workers and middle class to the scum floating on top.

This whole mess gives lie to the free market. The Feds are propping up
stock prices, directing buyouts, subsidizing crooks and swindlers who
already made a killing off the mortgage bubble.

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