Extraordinary Local government spending

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Carlsbad, NM

#1 Sep 15, 2012
in the last 6 weeks local governments have decided to spend spend spend

$7 million for a new sheriff taj mahal

$5 million for 4 new schools

$4 million for computers for city schools (not students???)

and a fire towner

what we need is a bypass road.....

Carlsbad, NM

#2 Sep 21, 2012
the school board agreed to spend $3+ million of local taxpayer $$$$ because someone FORGOT for file the paperwork to get the $$$$ from the state


Carlsbad, NM

#3 Sep 21, 2012
our corrupt government is purposely destroying the dollar. people gathered and collected "green backs" from their life's labors and invested and stored them away in the banks. by gutting the dollar they(sold-out government) are effectively robbing us at every transaction present, future AND retroactively ( ie:home, ira, retirement fund, bank account, real property). democrat ? republican? good cop, bad cop. they're BOTH against US AMERICANS. the frantic spending towards sheriff's office, city cops, dot, hlsd, ins, etc, etc...is to control the people if they ever wake up.

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