Sunday, February 15, 2009

Stimulus Rally Planned For Seattle; Everyone Should Rally In Your Hometown!

Sen. Parry Murray (D-WA) 'Pork in Headlights' Look

CRAPulus Protest Rally Tomorrow In Seattle!

The protest against the porkulus is on for President's Day!

Date: Monday, February 16th
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: Westlake Park in downtown Seattle, 401 Pine St., in the open area by the big arch.

The idea is to use what we've learned about dissent over the last eight years. We need loud protests with lots noise and visuals. So, what should you bring?

Bring AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN! Bring your families, your friends, neighbors, bring everyone!

Bring SIGNS!! Get those craft making juices flowing and make signs and banners and pictures and paintings. Just imagine that you are a left-wing college student with nothing else to do and that should help you get started!

Bring something to sit on and appropriate clothing.

Most importantly, JUST BRING IT!!!

Speaking of Seattle, Sen. Patty Murray is quite proud of her earmark that will do nothing to create any jobs. (Remember, the President still claims there are no earmarks in the CRAPulus Spending Bill.)

The Seattle Times

A multibillion-dollar provision of the new federal stimulus package, billed as a huge jobs boost for the Northwest, might not translate into lots of new jobs for years.

The measure, inserted into the bill at the urging of U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, would enable the federal Bonneville Power Administration(BPA) to take on another $3.25 billion in debt to pay for construction projects, such as massive new power lines.

Murray has said the increased spending limit would deliver a swift jolt to the Northwest's economy, creating jobs and retooling critical infrastructure that would spur development of renewable energy such as wind power.

"It puts people to work immediately. Everyone from engineers to lineman. All the people who are going to have to get up there to build this grid," Murray said in an interview Thursday, after details of the package were announced.

But even without the new stimulus package, BPA was expected to begin construction of some new transmission lines this year. And, despite claims the added spending power will quickly create jobs, construction of many of the new power lines wouldn't start for several years.
This is truly conservatism in action. As Michelle Malkin points out, we should have one in every town!

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