Friday, April 08, 2005

I-601 limit on spending.

Like I keep saying the Democrats will stop at nothing when it comes to elections and spending money. Even if it means braking the law. - - - -Roy Boy

Blogger Ron Hebon posted this article on his site.
Ron Hebron

Thursday, April 07, 2005
Priorities at the Legislature

I-601 limit on spending.
Evergreen Freedom Foundation discovered - discovered
that the Democrats have disclosed that they intend to violate the voters' wishes in two ways. I-601 is an initiative that limits state spending. It was passed immediately the last time the Democrats ran everything. In 1993 Gary Locke helped then-Gov. Mike Lowrey to fund every program anyone came up with. Of course that required huge tax increases. It was thrown back in their faces; I-601 signatures were gathered within months. Then in November of the same year the voters passed
I-601 to limit spending.


The Democrats open there base in Campaign finance law

This is the crookedest bunch in Olympia, in the states history.
The Dem's will go to any length to through an election in there direction.
It is not enough that they have refused to investigate the fraud in the 2004 election. Even with the evidence that has come forward in the past cupel of months, weeks days, hours, :??. I.E. falsified documents, more absent tee ballot than registered absent tee voters, misplaced ballots and disenfranchised military voters.
let alone the dead, felons and non resident.The Democrats do not want election reform they never did, it was just a big show, IT IS OFF THE TABLE IN OLYMPIA.

Now there hedging there financial bets with the shadow government the union. Lets not forget that some of the deep pocket of corporations thats non unions must pay off the party to keep from winding up like Wal-mart being harassed constantly. - - - -
Roy Boy

“Emergency” amendment would overturn Supreme Court decision and create campaign finance loophole for business and laborEvergreen Freedom FoundationOLYMPIA House amendment to Senate Bill 5034 (which passed the Senate last month) would open a huge loophole in Washington’s campaign finance law by eliminating the requirement that the affiliates of corporations and labor unions share a single campaign contribution limit.
Under the current law (RCW 42.17.660), there is a single contribution limit imposed on the affiliates of corporations and labor unions to ensure that large organizations do not dilute the influence of private citizens in state elections.


Pull the feeding tub on Mae Magouirk ---Murder!

Here we go again!

This is criminal and this sort of thing needs to come to a stop now.
This the most despicable thing one human can do to an outer.

The defiance this lady has a living will.
See is not on the verge of death
see is mentally stable
out side of having glaucoma and a moderate hart condition that is stabile see can't feed her self.


Granddaughter yanks grandma's feeding tube
81-year-old neither terminally ill, comatose, nor in vegetative state
Posted: April 7, 2005
7:33 p.m. Eastern

By Sarah Foster
© 2005

In a situation recalling the recent death of Terri Schiavo in Florida, an 81-year-old widow, denied nourishment and fluids for nearly two weeks, is clinging to life in a hospice in LaGrange, Ga., while her immediate family fights desperately to save her life before she dies of starvation and dehydration.

Mae Magouirk was neither terminally ill, comatose nor in a "vegetative state," when Hospice-LaGrange accepted her as a patient about two weeks ago upon the request of her granddaughter, Beth Gaddy, 36, an elementary school teacher.