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    Roy Guest

    Obama: Economy plan means lower power bills
    The Associated Press
    7:04 AM EST January 24, 2009

    President Barack Obama speaks to reporters during a meeting about the
    economy with Congressional leaders at the White House on Friday.<®>
    President Barack Obama on Saturday laid out more pieces of an economic
    plan he says would add 3,000 miles of electrical lines, increase
    security at 90 ports and double the United States' renewable energy
    capacity within three years.
    It was the latest appeal from the new president for a massive spending
    bill designed to inject almost a trillion dollars into a flailing U.S.
    economy and to fulfill campaign pledges. As members of Congress consider
    an $825 billion plan and Obama woos them, his White House released a
    radio and Internet address directed at voters who want answers.
    "Our economy could fall $1 trillion short of its full capacity, which
    translates into more than $12,000 in lost income for a family of four.
    And we could lose a generation of potential, as more young Americans are
    forced to forgo college dreams or the chance to train for the jobs of
    the future," Obama said in a five-minute address that the White House
    released early Saturday.
    "In short, if we do not act boldly and swiftly, a bad situation could
    become dramatically worse."
    Along with the speech, Obama's economic team released a report designed
    to outline tangible benefits of the plan and shore up support. Aides
    said they wanted people to understand exactly what they could expect -
    more schools, lower electricity bills - if their members of Congress
    supported the proposed legislation.
    The United States lost 2.6 million jobs last year, the most in any
    single year since World War II. Manufacturing is at a 28-year low and
    even Obama's economists say unemployment could top 10 percent before the
    recession ends. One in 10 homeowners are at risk of foreclosure and the
    dollar continues its slide in value. 1 of 3 Next/=>
    http://news.mobile.msn.com/en-us/articles.aspx?afid=1&aid=28825558
    © 2009 Microsoft

    Roy Q.T.
    [have tools, will travel]
     
  2. Roy

    Roy Guest

    <==/ OH YEAH ! with no annoying telemarketeers calling atall hours.
     
  3. You got that right, asshole.
     

  4. Go AWAY, you stupid dumbfuck!
     
  5. Roy

    Roy Guest

    Re: Lower Power Bills

    Group: alt.engineering.electrical
    Date: Sat, Jan 24, 2009, 8:59am (EST-3)
    From: (Archimedes' Lever)
    On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 11:01:14 -0500, (Roy) wrote:
    <==/ OH YEAH ! with no annoying telemarketeers calling atall hours.
        Go AWAY, you stupid dumbfuck!
    [talk about the truth hurting, Obama is Good all around the globe, and
    that just kills you, because you were wrong about him from the day one]
    WhoTard?...

    Go to hell, You Filthy Flaming Faggot !!!

    Roy Q.T.
    [have tools, will travel]
     
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