Posted by msrb on February 25, 2009
Angry citizen(s) spray paint Congressman’s car and home
By: D. H. Williams @ 10:48 AM – EST
“On October 22, just after the first round of bankster bailouts was passed by Congress against the will of the American people several representatives in Minnesota found their cars and homes spray painted by angry constituents. You can read about the story HERE.
“It has just been reported by ABC Eyewitness News 5 in Missouri that Congressman Russ Carnahan’s home and car where spray painted in a similar manner.”
Original Story + Video from ABC Eyewitness News 5 HERE
Posted in angry constituents, angry taxpayers, bailout fallout, Missouri | Tagged: Bailout Anger, Congress, Minnesota, Russ Carnahan, U.S. Congress | 1 Comment »
Posted by msrb on October 15, 2008
[Surprise, Surprise!] The Public Has NO faith in U.S. Institutions
“People feel like nothing in the country is working—the president, Congress, corporations.”
The global economic crisis has shattered the public’s faith in U.S. institutions, and dampened their confidence about the future, according to a new Reuters/Zogby poll.
The Reuters/Zogby Index, a measure of “the mood of the country,” fell to 89.7 in October from 96.3 percent in September, when 7 of the 10 indicators of “public opinion used in the index dropped.”
[Swapping Dirty Jokes!] President George W. Bush and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi share a toast at the official dinner honoring Berlusconi at the White House in Washington October 13, 2008. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque. Image may be subject to copyright.
President [sic] George W. Bush’s job performance rating nosedived to a record low of 21 percent and the approval rating for U.S. Congress fell to 10 percent, near its all-time low.
“It’s a double-whammy—people are concerned about today and they are worried about tomorrow,” said pollster John Zogby, who likened the public mood to the early years of the Great Depression.
“It is safe to say this is the worst crisis in confidence in this country since 1932,” Zogby said. “People feel like nothing in the country is working—the president, Congress, corporations.”
Only 18 percent of the Americans believe the country is on the right track (down from 25 percent last month).
Approval ratings for the Bush administration’s foreign and economic policy nosedived to 7 percent (from 13 percent). More …
Posted in foreign and economic policy, foreign threats, government, personal finances, politics | Tagged: Bush administration, Great Depression, U.S. Congress, U.S. institutions, Zogby poll | 4 Comments »
Posted by msrb on September 30, 2008
The US House of Representatives Rejects the $800 billion Wall Street Robbery Reward Package [for Now!]
Image of the Day: I have a sinking feeling …
[Benny, I have a sinking feeling some of them might be on to us!]
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (L) and Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke (R) testify before the House Financial Services Committee about credit market turmoil and the government economic bailout on Capitol Hill in Washington September 24, 2008. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES). Image may be subject to copyright!
Posted in bailout plan, Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve, GW Bush, Henry Paulson | Tagged: Financial Markets Meltdown, National Security, run on the bank, U.S. Congress, WS Robbery Reward Package | 3 Comments »