Sep 26, 2012

DEAN LACY: The ‘moocher’ paradox in red states
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So you’re telling me that the Republican states that complain about government spending are the states that receive the most aid?  They are the pporest and the least educated?  So the policies of republicans in their states have created a financial dependecy on the federal government.  And they want to cut education spending more, so that what, we become stupid and bear greater debt?  Failed policies aren’t going to all of a sudden be successful.  Understand the difference between Republican and Democratic policies before you vote.  And don’t listen to the pundits.  Read the facts, the numbers, the statistics.  It’s all right in front of your eyes!

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We genuinely care about the future for America and don't want her to keep slipping behind. So we decided to try and educate people about the truth, and push all of you to get out there and vote. PROMOTE THE VOTE: Emotionally engage, motivate and harness eligible voters to cast their votes in November and inspire others to do the same. EDUCATE VOTERS: Provide our audience truthful and factual in formation so that they are best informed while choosing a political candidate to support. RECRUIT SUPPORT FOR PETITIONS: Encourage people to sign petitions and mobilize our audience to support specific issues/legislation.

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