Saturday, January 10, 2009

Bush, CEO Greed, Big Brother, & Obama Spending; Does Nothing Enrage You ?

Bush Admin. to bar autoworkers from striking against GM

John Byrne
Published: Friday January 9, 2009

As GM chief coasts, workers forced to accept cuts, strike prohibition

A little-noticed provision buried in the Bush Administration's $13.4 billion loan package to General Motors will prohibit the United Auto Workers from launching a strike as long as the company receives funds from the federal government.
Not everyone has felt the full brunt of the declining auto market, however. In 2008, GM CEO Rick Wagoner received a salary increase -- to $2.2 million, plus stock options -- despite the fact the company had been losing money since 2005.

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Wall Street [Your Money] Is Big Donor to Inauguration

The Wall Street Journal
JANUARY 9, 2009

WASHINGTON -- President-elect Barack Obama has banned corporations and big donors from funding his Jan. 20 inauguration. But 90% of donations received so far have been raised by well-heeled fund-raisers, including Wall Street executives whose companies have received billions of dollars in federal bailout money.

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Dallas News 2009 Jan 6 (Cached)
US: Texas Dept of Transportation says Trans Texas Corridor is dead; then explains that it has been divided into multiple projects to calm public opposition. In other words, it is Not dead at all.

So more and more WE pay to use private and usually foreign owned TOLL ROADS....

British Government Wants Private Firm To Monitor Super Database Of Every Person In Britain

The British Government is contemplating the third-party construction of a super database containing the identities and location of every person in Britain.

[1984; fictional film, Not so "fictional" now]

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Ron Paul on Fox Discussing Obama's Stimulus Plans   Obama's Pushing for More Government with His NEW DEAL    

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