If it’s Money..think long and hard!

Think..then thrice!

Think..then thrice!

“This is the moment for leadership that matches the great test of our time,” Obama said Thursday night as the Senate plodded through a fourth day of debate on the legislation at the heart of his economic recovery plan. Earlier, he declared, “The time for talk is over. The time for action is now.”

Ahem…four whole days of debate? These are the same ‘quasi-leaders’ that assisted to a great degree in the financial condition of this country. These are the same people, ‘leaders’ that just dropped a Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill to go on ‘election-leave.’

Just one more issue…why does the main stream media always make this process of Congress working sound as though it is such a laborious process? Goodness gracious people, these are the same folks who take holidays four or more times per year regardless of what’s going on.

My memory is not that short, but I clearly remember Congress going on “recess” for the holidays when $750 billion had been approved but not yet issued. Well half of Congress anyway; the House republicans and many democrats stayed on for a couple of days at least trying.

If there is ever one thing that any one person learns from reading this site and that is this:

Before making any decision about money, one’s finances, or especially other people’s money, always take a walk around the Mall, or the block, or take a break from whatever you’re doing and think about what you are about to do.

It doesn’t matter if it is $100 or $1,000,000 or ten times that amount because once the decision is made to move those funds, there is no second chance.

And lastly, staff of writers at this site are in agreement with the other 75% or more of the American population who does not support this bailout package or the President’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

How long will it take for the Senate to realize that if they want or need one million dollars then ask for the one million, identify the appropriations name, and be done with it? How long must this dishonesty continue? If “The Senate Club” wants to get a bill through all of Congress and the Executive branch, why not ask for what they need and only what they need, no pork, bacon, bellies, or ‘earmarked funds’?

Our nation has just gone through one of the biggest swindling scandals known in human history. Every sector of civilization has been affected by the irresponsibility by perhaps the biggest offenders–the U.S. government. Is it too much to ask that the government clean-up it’s rooms and stop the stealing of taxpayer money?

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