Posts Tagged ‘Senator Patty Marx-Murray’
UPDATE! A Court ruling has provided relief for Sara Murnaghan and her family. She is now going to be included on the adult list which will provide a better opportunity for her to be successfully saved. Thanks for the courts, some of the time. No need for judge shopping here.
This is the email that I sent to Maria Cantwell. She is a U.S. Senator from my home state of WA. She is by all accounts a secular progressive. She is not a friend of America. Sara Murnaghan is a ten year old from Pennsylvania. She needs a lung transplant. Under Obama Care she is being denied that surgical procedure because she is only ten years old, not the mandatory age of 12. Makes perfect sense to me! Read the rest of this entry »
Firearms are a right. They are a right that is to be respected and revered. Those with illegal firearms on the streets need to be publicly outed and their addresses listed. They need to become part of a registry. That would include fingerprints, DNA tests and other vital information. Our President has clearly demonstrated along with a great number of his cronies that they have literally forfeited their right to possess firearms within our borders. Read the rest of this entry »
At the time, Ben Nelson of Nebraska, had this to say: “Raising the debt ceiling allows Washington to continue to spend without cutting costs. Instead of forcing Washington to adopt a pay-as-you-go budget, this proposal encourages government to spend now without even a plan to pay for it later. If we raise the debt ceiling, the nation will just go deeper in debt. Washington will never get out of the hole if it doesn’t stop digging.” (The Weekly Standard, April 12, 2011)
Most Americans have opinions on a number of issues and unfortunately they have little or no clue as to the workings of the system. The U.S. government has gone back into the bond market to sell some more of its accumulating debt. The results have been sketchy at best. Read the rest of this entry »
In the fiscal year ended September 30, 2009, the interest on the national debt was $383 billion, making Interest Expense one of the largest components of the federal budget. In fact, interest on the national debt accounted for over 27% of our 2009 federal budget deficit. That’s a lot of “National Debt Service”, but it could have been much worse. (http://thenationaldebtcrisis.com/national-debt-service/)