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Topic - Dennis Moore
"I do solemnly swear that I will ... faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God." Like millions of other Americans, I watched our elected leaders with growing frustration as they willfully ignored "We the People" and brazenly rammed through their government takeover of the world's finest health care system. Now, I confess that I may take this a little too personally. After all, I'm not only a practicing physician, but I am President Obama's cousin.
Like millions of other Americans, I have watched with a mix of bafflement and frustration as Congress has wrestled with
If you want a reason as to why the financial bailout bill failed Monday, look no further than the upcoming elections:
In a statement after the vote, he argued the bill was a bipartisan effort supported by Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain and a host of business groups, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Ever brazen, the builder suggests that you pay him now, let him build it as is, and once it's complete, he promises to bring in a remodeling crew to tear down the parts you don't like and rebuild them to your terms - at your additional expense, of course.