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Please release photos of A1 Manhattan Flyover on April 27th

Fox news among others has filed papers requesting release of the photos taken during the Manhattan flyover on A1, through the Freedom of Information Act. So far the airforce and the Whitehouse have responded with ridiculous contradicting statements, obviously using any means necessary to stonewall those requesting the photos and attempting to delay or obstruct the release of said photos. Where's the transparency?

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The 2010 census should be done by postal employees.

Let me know what you think of this. I haven't thought it fully out, but it seems plausible on its face. Since postal employees are already being paid, they should be the ones doing the census. That would save a whole lot of money training and paying 710,00 census workers. There are 750,000 postal workers. Let's say it takes them two days to accomplish the task. Two Saturdays the mail is not delivered but the ...more »

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Tomorrow, Friday, Congress is trying to push a Cap and Trade tax through.

It's really a Cap and Tax. Obama and Congress is hoping none of us realize that Congress is trying to put through ANOTHER tax on us so that we can pay for Al Gore's HUGE environmental movement that Al Gore has already made millions at and is about to make more millions at. Call your Congresspeople today and tell them you don't want this tax. The numbers are: 202 225-3121 or 202 224-3121. I've been trying to get ...more »

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Is it true Mr. Obama?

Our still undocumented President has never seen: A personal income dollar he didn’t want to redistribute. (Bailout bill) A citizen's liberty that he didn’t want to dissolve. (Hate crimes bill) A firearm he didn’t want to confiscate. (Military ammunition surplus order) An illegal alien he didn’t want to give benefits to. (Amnesty bill) A criminal he didn’t want to pardon. (Acorn) A Saudi price he didn’t ...more »

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Government use of Obsolete Browser

Currently the main browser that all government agencies are using is Internet Explore 6. This browser has been around for close to decade and has been obsolete for many years. Use of this browser prevents government from providing most optimal and latest web technology in information sharing. Currently there are hundreds of technologies that can not be implemented in IE6. Web is changing every minute and constricting ...more »

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Obama illegally FIRES an Inspector General for uncovering corruption! Is this the 'more Openess & Transparency

Two weeks ago, Gerald Walpin, U.S. Inspector General, charged with protecting taxpayer money, was illegally fired, and you haven't seen or heard one peep from BIG MEDIA. Less than two years ago, Obonga sponsored legislation, that was passed into law, that; "The president must give 30 days notice, and must inform congress why this person is to be fired". An Obonga goon squad member phoned Walpin and said "You have 1 hour ...more »

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open the Records on 9-11 show us everything!

no hiding things under the guise of national security. There is absolutely no reason the vids of the pentagon should be hidden from view unless there was criminal activity on the part of the government if there was in fact such activity We should know and all parties should be held accountable. We know information is not being shown and you have a responsibility to pt it on the table. there is NO national security ...more »

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STOP CAP & TRADE CALL REPS. TODAY

STOP THE CAP & TRADE IT WILL BE VOTED ON FRIDAY. The most desturctive legeslation in history. Will cost households est. over $3000 a year in higher energy cost. With a $2 trillion cost to the economy. The really dumb thing is that the alternative energy technology will not be advanced for another 15 years so why in a recession would you burden people more. This is ludicrouis. CALL YOUR REPS TODAY AND TELL THEM VOTE ...more »

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The cost of

"CHANGE" The American taxpayer now is paying the price for the "Change" they voted for. We're at almost 10% unemployment nation wide. Our banks, automobile, airline, and real estate markets are crumbling before our eyes. Foreclosures, bankruptcies, lay-off's and crime levels are rising like never before with no end in sight. This is the price we pay for voting for a president who for 20 years attended a ...more »

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