Friday, November 21, 2008

Murtha: we will bailout no matter what you think!

In other words, even though 70% of the people don't want a bailout of companies stupid enough to not negotiate UAW contracts, and even though the average salary of the UAW workers is $130,000 a year, we're going to bail them out anyway, after a slight delay, because you lamebrain voters keep voting for us anyway, not matter what we do!

Dear Congressman Murtha:
I would urge you to try to roll back this bailout. As we can see it was ill planned, and isn't working. Now everyone wants a piece of the pie, even the auto industry and cities like Philadelphia. Government is already too big and bloated. I urge you to find a way to reign in Treasurer Paulsen.
Thanks for your consideration

Dear Constituent:

I appreciate your input regarding proposed legislation to provide a bridge loan to the American automobile industry. While I recognize that such legislation may be unpopular, Congress must do what is in the best interest of the American people and our country.

Congress has decided not to proceed with legislation at this point. Instead, leaders of the House of Representatives and the Senate have asked General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler to submit reports to the House and Senate banking committees by December 2. These reports must prove that the companies are able to remain viable, are able to repay the government loans, and will not ask the government for any additional money. After the reports are given to Congress, the House and Senate banking committees will hold hearings on the matter.

Again, I appreciate your contacting me and I encourage you to keep in touch as we see further development on this issue.



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