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Taitz Report 09.26.2013 Awaiting a Ruling on Obama's Use of a Stolen SSN

Taitz Report 09.26.2013 Awaiting a Ruling on Obama's Use of a Stolen SSN

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Attorney Orly Taitz, Barack Obama's use of a stolen Social security number and fabricated IDs, review of current events, politica
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Defend Our Freedoms Foundation29839 Santa Margarita Pkwy, Ste 100Rancho Santa Margarita CA, 92688Copyright 2013
Review of Politics, Economics, Constitution,Law and World Affairsby Attorney and Doctor Orly Taitz
If you love your country, please help me fight this creeping tyranny and corruption.Donations no matter how small will help pay for airline and travel expenses.
The articles posted represent onlythe opinion of the writers and donot necessarily represent theopinion of Dr. Taitz, Esq., who hasno means of checking the veracityof all the claims and allegations inthe articles.
Mail donations to:Defend Our FreedomsFoundation, c/o Dr. Orly Taitz 29839 Santa Margarita Pkwy,Ste 100Rancho Santa Margarita, CA92688.Contact Dr. Taitz atorly.taitz@gmail.com.In case of emergency, call949-683-5411.
When the people fear their government, there is tyranny.When the government fearsthe people, there is liberty.
 -- Thomas Jefferson
 During times of universaldeceit, telling the truthbecomes a revolutionaryact.
-- George Orwell
First they ignore you, thenthey ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.
--Mahatma Gandhi
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Michael Snyder
September 26, 2013
If you want to live the high life, you don’t have to become a rap star, a professional athlete or a Wall Streetbanker. All it really takes is winning an election. Right now, more than half of all the members of Congressare millionaires, and most of them leave “public service” far wealthier than when they entered it. Sincemost of them have so much money, you would think that they would be willing to do a little “belt-tightening” for the sake of the American people. After all, things are supposedly “extremely tight” in Washington D.C. right now. In fact, just the other day Nancy Pelosi insisted that there were “no morecuts to make” to the federal budget.But even as they claim that things are so tough right now, our
politicians continue to live the high life at the expense of U.S. taxpayers. The statistics that I am about to share with you are very disturbing. Please share them with everyone that you know. The American peopledeserve the truth.According to the Weekly Standard,an absolutely insane amount of money is being spent on the “hair care
needs” of U.S. Senators…Senate Hair Care Services has cost taxpayers about $5.25 million over 15 years. They foot the bill of more than $40,000 for the shoeshine attendant last fiscal year. Six barbers took in more than $40,000 each,including nearly $80,000 for the head barber.Keep in mind that there are only 100 U.S. Senators, and many of them don’t have much hair left at thispoint.But hair care is just the tip of the iceberg. The following are 21 other ways that our politicians are living thehigh life at your expense…
According to Roll Call’s annual survey of Congressional wealth,the super wealthy in Congress just
continue to get much wealthier even though they are supposedly dedicating their lives to “public service”…Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) is the richest Member of Congress for the second year in a row, reporting a vast fortune that in 2011 had a minimum net worth surpassing $300 million for the first time.McCaul is followed by Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.), who reported a minimum net worth of $198.65 million,
and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), who reported a minimum net worth of $140.55 million. The two lawmakers swapped places since last year’s list.The lawmakers who round out the top five, Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.), also
flipped positions from 2010 to 2011, with Warner’s reported minimum worth rising about $9 million to$85.81 million and Rockefeller’s minimum worth rising slightly to $83.08 million.
Amazingly, the
most wealthy member of Congress has a net worth of  6.14 million dollars. 
At this point, more than half of those “serving the American people” in Congress are millionaires. 
In one recent year, an average of  $4,005,900 of U.S. taxpayer money was spent on “personal” and
 “office” expenses
per U.S. Senator
Once they leave Washington, former members of Congress continue to collect huge checks for the restof their livesIn 2011, 280 former lawmakers who retired under a former government pension system received averageannual pensions of $70,620, according to a Congressional Research Service report. They averaged around
20 years of service. At the same time, another 215 retirees (elected in 1984 or later with an average of 15years of service) received average annual checks of roughly $40,000 a year.

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