On October 19, 2006, former Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were sentenced to 11 years and 1 day, and 12 years, respectively, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas for the events surrounding their attempt to apprehend a drug trafficker who was delivering 743 pounds of marijuana valued at $1.2 million.
I urge you to oppose any bailout of the auto industry, whether by taking existing funds from TARP, revising any previous loans, or making new grants.
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I’ll make this short and to the point, as a recital of the flaws of this bill — and indeed the entire concept of a government bailout — would consume far too much time.
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I was very disappointed to hear that you voted for the last “bailout for billionaires” plan. Thank goodness it did not pass.
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I’m writing today about HR 5140, which apparently includes a loophole that allows the IRS to send “Economic Stimulus” payments to illegal aliens.