Eric Cantor wants to give us a vote on spending -

            Now You Can Vote On Some Federal Spending Cuts


Eric Cantor, Virginia’s 7th District Representative, wants to give you and me a vote in the federal government's spending.

He has set up a website, where regular people like you and I can go vote on certain expenditures. It is pretty easy to vote. All you need is an email address. And we all have one of those.

The website lists ways to cut wasteful spending, such as: Eliminating Unnecessary Congressional Printing, Prohibiting "First-Class" Subsidies on Amtrak, and Preventing LIHEAP Payments to Individuals Who are Deceased, Incarcerated, or Who Don't Meet Income Requirements. Yes, you read that right. People who are deceased have been receiving your tax dollars.

The LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program), clearly designed to help low income people, has been handing out your tax dollars to dead people, and incarcerated people too. The website says that even federal employees, who earn too much money to qualify, have been receiving money from LIHEAP. But the liberals in congress feel that cutting Bush tax cuts on the middle class and the rich is the way to go.

You can also submit ideas of your own that would save tax-payer money in the federal government. I suggested closing down the entire IRS and going back to the U.S. Constitutional way for the federal government to be funded, by the states. What a concept! It would put the states to work for us, to protect our interests from a big federal government gone haywire and save us money. Check the site out: Click Here 

Debra J.M. Smith - © 07-20-10

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