No Taxation Without Representation

It’s time for honest taxpayers to step up and demand representation from our government.  The $75 billion that has been allocated to curb the mortgage crisis won’t be enough.   Without a more comprehensive program, where the government dictates policy to banks that have accepted handouts, we will lose even more precious time as this problem spirals even further downward.

Banks have been bailed out.  Banks are able to  borrow money for almost nothing.  Banks are not required to pass this on to the taxpayers who are funding their recovery.

If you have a story of trying to re-write or refinance your mortgage and have gotten the runaround by your lender, please share your story with us.  If you are someone who has always played by the rules and lived within your means but are unable to get the economic assistance you require, please share your story with us.

“Buck The Government” is going to raise funds and launch a PR campaign that will bring national attention to the fleecing of honest hard-working Americans.  It’s time for all of us stand up, speak up and admit to the fact that people like Barney Frank are never going to do what is right for you and me.  Unless, of course, we make enough noise and publicly demand the representation for which we voted.

If you support the concept of taking back our government, I ask that you offer a “buck” to fund the Buck The Government campaign.  I will be adding a PayPal Donation button to this blog shortly.

Please share this with your family and friends and follow me on Twitter – @buckthegov.  I will have many more updates in the coming days.

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