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Congress passes new TARP-like program
| Sept. 24, 2010
| Ryan Holeywell
Posted on 09/29/2010 9:12:58 PM PDT by Reeser
On Thursday, the House passed its final version of the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010 bill 237-187, on a largely party-line vote. Just one Republican, Rep. Walter Jones (N.C.) supported the bill....
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TOPICS: Government; Politics/Elections; US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: rino; tarp; walterjones
Walter Jones is one of the biggest RINOs in the South, and I have no doubt he'd have gone the way of Bob Inglis and lost his seat if he'd had a primary opponent this year. In 2008, we had a wonderful conservative running, Joe McLaughlin. Unfortunately, McLaughlin didn't have the dollars, and there was no tea party. We need you, Mr. McClaughlin in 2012! And the rest of us should get used to the name Walter Jones....he's one of the RINOs to watch now. Here's his basic rino profile: http://removerinos.com/JonesWalter.html
posted on 09/29/2010 9:13:00 PM PDT
Aren’t you supposed to do things right the first time so you don’t have to keep doing them over??
It all started in 2008—an election year——when Dems got Bush to send out “stimulus checks”——as gas prices fly to $4 a gallon and killed the economy.....
They convinced themselves that they had to bail out AIG for Goldman Sachs and foreign banks, etc......
Isn’t this all an admission that it was government’s fault all along??????
posted on 09/29/2010 9:33:43 PM PDT
posted on 09/29/2010 9:40:34 PM PDT
I was also disappointed when McLaughlin decided not to run. He did very well in 2008, actually, and I’m sure he would have won this year.
posted on 09/29/2010 10:21:53 PM PDT
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