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Since both the White House and Congress no longer consider prosecuting torture as a crime, it is safe to assume that we can begin to legally use these methods as legitimate tools to lobby our Congress and White House for the real changes we expect from our government. These methods that I document will be equally applicable to those who lobby against the interests of average American citizen on these issues.
Congressionally Approved Method of Lobbying #1 Read below the fold...
Submitted by danps on Sat, 04/11/2009 - 8:15am
Submitted by Hal on Thu, 04/09/2009 - 4:39pm
Just read this via a twitter I got:
Congressional Panel Suggests Firing Managers, Liquidating Banks
A congressional panel overseeing the U.S. financial rescue suggested that getting rid of top executives and liquidating problem banks may be a better way to solve the economic crisis.
The Congressional Oversight Panel, in a report released yesterday, also said the Treasury may be relying on too rosy an economic scenario to guide its $700 billion bailout, and declared that the success of the program after six months is “mixed.” Three of the group’s members disagreed with at least some of the findings. Read below the fold...
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