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    Pat Boone’s letter to elected representatives

    "We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence." Pat Boone

    A message I sent to the President and my elected representatives. I urge all citizens to do the same.

    Dear Senator:

    I did not give you permission to sign my name to any of the bailouts or “stimulus package” or appropriations bills – and certainly not a ten trillion dollar indebtedness!

    You’re my elected public servant, and the public servant of all the citizens who sent you to Washington on our behalf. There are other solutions to our economic crises, ones that will directly help taxpayers, homeowners and ordinary citizens, including those who lose jobs in corporate bankruptcy or restructuring.

    We weren’t consulted about these huge deficits and paper promises and trillion dollar debts – AND WE REJECT THEM!

    Taxation without representation is tyranny! Have you heard that before? Well, we citizens of a democratic republic reject these draconian measures, and direct you to undo them on our behalf. We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence.

    You now have lots of tea – but little time, and we have very little patience left.

    Pat Boone
    Hollywood, CA

    http://www.nationalpolicyinsti...ted-representatives/

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    Pat Boone’s letter to elected representatives

    "We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence." Pat Boone

    A message I sent to the President and my elected representatives. I urge all citizens to do the same.

    Dear Senator:

    I did not give you permission to sign my name to any of the bailouts or “stimulus package” or appropriations bills – and certainly not a ten trillion dollar indebtedness!

    You’re my elected public servant, and the public servant of all the citizens who sent you to Washington on our behalf. There are other solutions to our economic crises, ones that will directly help taxpayers, homeowners and ordinary citizens, including those who lose jobs in corporate bankruptcy or restructuring.

    We weren’t consulted about these huge deficits and paper promises and trillion dollar debts – AND WE REJECT THEM!

    Taxation without representation is tyranny! Have you heard that before? Well, we citizens of a democratic republic reject these draconian measures, and direct you to undo them on our behalf. We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence.

    You now have lots of tea – but little time, and we have very little patience left.

    Pat Boone
    Hollywood, CA

    http://www.nationalpolicyinsti...ted-representatives/

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    • #3
      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WendyGitl:
      Pat Boone’s letter to elected representatives

      "We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence." Pat Boone

      A message I sent to the President and my elected representatives. I urge all citizens to do the same.

      Dear Senator:

      I did not give you permission to sign my name to any of the bailouts or “stimulus package” or appropriations bills – and certainly not a ten trillion dollar indebtedness!

      You’re my elected public servant, and the public servant of all the citizens who sent you to Washington on our behalf. There are other solutions to our economic crises, ones that will directly help taxpayers, homeowners and ordinary citizens, including those who lose jobs in corporate bankruptcy or restructuring.

      We weren’t consulted about these huge deficits and paper promises and trillion dollar debts – AND WE REJECT THEM!

      Taxation without representation is tyranny! Have you heard that before? Well, we citizens of a democratic republic reject these draconian measures, and direct you to undo them on our behalf. We’re not wasting perfectly good tea this time; but the “tea parties” have begun all over this country, and you’d best get the message. We reject the tyranny of governmental control, taxation without representation, and the usurpation of our constitutional freedom and independence.

      You now have lots of tea – but little time, and we have very little patience left.

      Pat Boone
      Hollywood, CA

      http://www.nationalpolicyinsti...ted-representatives/ </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

      He doesn't seem very educated this Pat Boone, does he?
      “...I may condemn what you say, but I will give my life for that you may say it”! - Voltaire

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      • #4
        I'm beginning to think this "WendyGitl" is fedNUT's alter-ego.
        "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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        • #5
          Better educated than two commies from old Europe.

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          • #6
            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by federale86:
            Better educated than two commies from old Europe. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

            You're just jealous!
            “...I may condemn what you say, but I will give my life for that you may say it”! - Voltaire

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