murkowski = obama supporter here's what's in store fo ryou

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Mark

Santa Monica, CA

#1 Oct 31, 2010
Besides the 5% tax on the sale of your home in 2013 which is hidden in the healthcare bill, the Dems have more taxes in store for you like the one below:

1% Tax on ALL Financial Transactions
Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:28:10 AM by econjack 13 replies
Congressional Record | Oct. 30, 2010
This topic was posted here once before, but only 10 people commented on it! I can't believe that, since this tax applies to EVERY deposit you make to any financial account. And, it works on money going out of the account, too. So if you write a check to your child in college, you get charged 1% of the amount. Your child, when they deposit the check also gets charged 1%. Only 10 of you find that a bad idea! Come on...this should cause rioting in the streets! The bill is HR-4646 introduced by US Rep Peter DeFazio D-Oregon and...
Mark

Ontario, CA

#2 Nov 1, 2010
Mark wrote:
Besides the 5% tax on the sale of your home in 2013 which is hidden in the healthcare bill, the Dems have more taxes in store for you like the one below:
1% Tax on ALL Financial Transactions
Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:28:10 AM by econjack 13 replies
Congressional Record | Oct. 30, 2010
This topic was posted here once before, but only 10 people commented on it! I can't believe that, since this tax applies to EVERY deposit you make to any financial account. And, it works on money going out of the account, too. So if you write a check to your child in college, you get charged 1% of the amount. Your child, when they deposit the check also gets charged 1%. Only 10 of you find that a bad idea! Come on...this should cause rioting in the streets! The bill is HR-4646 introduced by US Rep Peter DeFazio D-Oregon and...
Besides the 5% tax on the sale of your home in 2013 which is hidden in the healthcare bill, the Dems have more taxes in store for you like the one below:

1% Tax on ALL Financial Transactions
Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:28:10 AM by econjack 13 replies
Congressional Record | Oct. 30, 2010
This topic was posted here once before, but only 10 people commented on it! I can't believe that, since this tax applies to EVERY deposit you make to any financial account. And, it works on money going out of the account, too. So if you write a check to your child in college, you get charged 1% of the amount. Your child, when they deposit the check also gets charged 1%. Only 10 of you find that a bad idea! Come on...this should cause rioting in the streets! The bill is HR-4646 introduced by US Rep Peter DeFazio D-Oregon and...
rider

Marquette, MI

#3 Nov 2, 2010
The name "Corrupt Bastards Club" has been widely used to designate Alaska legislators implicated in a massive ongoing federal corruption investigation....
www.alaskareport.com/news/z49999_corrupt_bast ...-

In 2001, Sarah Palin drove from her Wasilla home, through the downtown streets of Anchorage, to a large home near the bluffs of muddy Cook Inlet. The home belonged to Bill Allen, one of the most influential businessmen and Republican donors in Alaska history. Allen ran the state's largest oil-contracting firm, the ominously named VECO Corp., which contracted with some of the biggest oil producers in the world.

Palin was wrapping up her last term as mayor of Wasilla. She had higher political aspirations. She wanted the second-most powerful job in Alaska: lieutenant governor. In those days, there was virtually only one road to the state capital, and it passed through Allen. A foul-mouthed oilman, a high-school drop out, the son of fruit pickers, Allen was one of those "good ol' boys" Palin touted taking on in Alaska when she gave her vice-presidential speech Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention.

Allen, then in his mid-60s, shaped Alaska politics through campaign contributions and sometimes flat-out bribes. He and his VECO executives and employees gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to both Republicans and Democrats -- lawmakers Allen believed would support the oil industry. He was so steeped in politics that he co-chaired the Alaska finance committee during the Bush-Cheney 2000 campaign.

A year later, a young small-town mayor was standing at his door.

Palin sat with Allen in his den and sipped wine, according to a former VECO employee who says he personally fetched the bottle of wine for the two. Why did Palin visit Allen that day? Palin spokesman Bill McAllister refuses to ask her. "This is a silly story and I'm not going to take any more time with this. Goodbye," he says on the phone.

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