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Pelosi Talks Taxes

In a conference call on the economic stimulus package, which the House is expected to vote on tomorrow, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to questions about the cost of the legislation, priced at $825 billion.

Issues, like food stamps and unemployment insurance, which affect so many people in the states and are, as you said, necessary at this time when funds are short, but the economy is down, actually have the most stimulative effect on the economy, food stamps first, unemployment insurance next, and infrastructure after -- and it goes on from there. Actually, those investments bring a bigger return than the tax cuts, but tax cuts where we have them to the middle class we think will give us our -- our biggest -- our biggest return.

Boehner: CBO Says Dems Are Spending Too Much

House Minority Leader John Boehner circulated a letter from Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Douglas Elmendorf to Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) expressing his concerns about the cost of the stimulus package. The federal government's interest costs "related to the legislation would amount to $347 billion between 2009 and 2019, bringing the total of the congressional Democrats' massive spending bill to more than $1.1 trillion," said Boehner.

It would be irresponsible to pass this massive debt onto our children and grandchildren, and Republicans will continue fighting for their interests - and the interests of all taxpayers. President Obama began this process with the hope of producing a bipartisan plan to create jobs. What congressional Democrats have put on the table is a wasteful and unfocused package that will create plenty of government programs and projects - but not nearly enough new, good-paying jobs. The American people deserve better than the one trillion dollar spending bill that the House will vote on tomorrow, and Republicans will continue reaching out to President Obama to craft a plan that reduces wasteful spending and helps create jobs through fast-acting tax relief for middle-class families and small businesses.

--Sarah Lovenheim

By Washington Post editors  |  January 27, 2009; 5:45 AM ET
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January 29, 2009
Cris Ericson
879 Church Street
Chester, Vermont 05143
(802)875-4038
Hi!

I am the new leader of the people seeking President Barack Obama's original long form birth certificate, which he is currently concealing.

I came to be the leader now because all of the other people who filed actions in state and federal courts across the United States, all seeking the concealed original long form birth certificate, suffered defeat; their legal actions were dismissed and denied for lack of jurisdiction and/or lack of legal standing.

I studied a random bunch of law books I got for free at reclycing in Springfield, Vermont, and free online law libraries, and came up with the best course of action to proceed now.

I am the last hope of the people seeking justice, transparency and honesty in government.

You may read my "Class Action Lawsuit" online. I am sure you will find it has valid codes, statutes, and case cites.

Ericson v President Obama, intended as a Class Action Lawsuit for all motivated voters and taxpayers to join, needs an attorney Pro Bono. I am not an attorney.

Ericson v President Obama is intended to be filed in the United States Court of Federal Claims where citizens, taxpayers and voters have legal standing to sue the United States government! Wow! That's #1: "Legal Standing" is a hurdle all of the other actions seeking Barack Obama's original long form birth certificate could not overcome. #2: Jurisdiction. Yes, the taxpayers and voters have Jurisdiction in the United States Court of Federal Claims. Whoopee! #3: Cause of Action. Yes! I've got those too! Causes of Action complete with statutes and case cites! I've got it all!

Now, I need a wealthy Republican, Constitution Party, or any attorney willing to work for We, the People,
Pro Bono.

Finding a wealthy attorney Pro Bono
is really important because it costs money to seek justice in the United States of America.

It costs far less to deceive.

Please read my Proposal for a Class Action Lawsuit, Ericson v President Obama in the United States Court of Federal Claims.

Enjoy!

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-202256

Ericson v President Obama Proposed Class Action Lawsuit to subpoena Barack Hussein Obama's original long form birth certificate.

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Sincerely,

Cris Ericson, The New Leader of the People who seek transparency and honesty in government.

Posted by: crisericson1 | January 29, 2009 12:14 AM | Report abuse

Crisericson, you're joking, right?

Posted by: Krisipuu | January 29, 2009 5:41 PM | Report abuse

No, I don't think she is.

You can learn more about her from her web site, http://crisericson.com/.

Posted by: MaineSkeptic | January 30, 2009 3:07 PM | Report abuse

Wow. Well, I hope her paranoia is willful, not clinical.

Posted by: Krisipuu | January 30, 2009 4:09 PM | Report abuse

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