Russ Gibb at Random
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Government Arrogance

March 22, 2010

I tried to call Democratic Congressman Bart Stupak's office in Washington, I got a busy signal. I tried to e-mail him, don't know if that went through. I called his Alpena office and told them who I was and that I had a place in Traverse City and then proceeded to voice my opinion about Mr. Stupak's sell out, health care, vote to Obama. I was rudely told that you can't vote for him and then was hung up on. I assume his aid's name was John. So I want you to all call this #, 1-989-356-0690, and tell him thanks for his rudeness.

If you can't get get through to the Congressman's Washington #, 202-225-4735, you might want to try his other locations.

Alpena: 989-356-0690
Crystal Falls: 906-875-3751
Escanaba: 906-786-4504
Houghton: 906-482-1371
Marquette: 906-228-3700
Patoskey: 231-348-0657
West Branch: 989-345-2258

Try calling him. Let him know what you think about his selling out to Obama.

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8 Comment(s)

These are possibly the 5 best sentences you'll ever read:
1) You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.
2) What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.
3) The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.
4) When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work, because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.
5) You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it.

--by think on 3/22/10   Lives: Michigan  

whats new ? The progressive democrat left the working man and our value system years ago.

--by UP on 3/22/10   Lives: Michigan  

Well, Thanks to him, and about 9 others, My generation is going to pay 2 arms and a leg in taxes, and get health care for their foot.

Thanks Bart!

--by MiR on 3/22/10   Lives: Dearborn  

Its two simple words folks:

UNDERGROUND ECONEMY

Try it, you will like it!

If they can’t spend my money properly, simply put, I won’t share it with them. Our immigrant friends have been doing it for years perhaps more people should do it now.

They cant spend it if they cant get to it! Like so many in Washington, I am tired of playing by their rules!

--by Get underground on 3/22/10   Lives: Dearborn  

That's pretty much how you are treated if you call Rep. John Conyers office about anything. Once they hear you are from Dearborn, you're dirt.

--by Moe on 3/23/10   Lives: Dearborn  

Democrate Stupak sold out to Obama for some airport money, call his office and ask him (989) 356-0690 good luck getting him to pick up the phone. Airports over human lives.

--by Lary G on 3/23/10   Lives: Michigan  

Alpena County Regional Airport received a $85,500 grant, but had only 7,519 passenger boardings in 2008 (the most recent year for which there is information) according to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) data. Alpena County Regional Airport serves fewer passengers than even the late Rep. John Murtha’s famous “Airport for Nobody.”

Delta County Airport has even less customers than that, but still received a $179,209 grant.

Chippewa County International Airport received a $461,700 grant, but had only 13,733 passenger boardings in 2008.

--by sean on 3/24/10   Lives: Dearborn  

The tea party movement plans to rally in the district of Rep. Bart Stupak, the Michigan Democrat who led anti-abortion opposition to the bill but eventually supported it. Although Stupak won re-election in 2008 with 65 percent of the vote, his critics plan three rallies against him on April 8 and 9.

--by Get Stupek on 3/24/10   Lives: Michigan  

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