Monday, December 15, 2008

Congressman Souder Does not get it.

Congressman Souder voted for the "lifeline" for the auto industry. He said the GM plant was the largest contributor to the United Way, property tax revenue would drop, socail services would suffer and they employ workers with disabilities. Guess what Mark, as a percent of the total work force they are small. Sure they are the single largest, but that still does not make a case for giving them our money. We are all suffering and to single them out over everyone else or to place more burden on those already struggling is wrong.

If you want to be a humanitarian, then use your own money, but do not use taxpayers money for humanitarian works. Each taxpayer has the choice to decide their own humanitarian priorities, not the government.


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