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Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Illinois: Another Causality Of The Great Obama Recession
First it was California, now its Obama’s home state, Illinois, which is having trouble paying its bills. “They’re broke, busted, belly-up, they’re out of cash!” Sean told his audience. The New York Times revealed last week that the state is facing a 12.1 billion dollar deficit. Illinois Comptroller Daniel Hynes told the paper that, “this is not some esoteric budget issue; we are not paying bills for absolutely essential services. That is obscene.” Sean explained that the government simply cannot provide every service imaginable to every citizen – it’s not economically possible. “It’s been ingrained into our minds, our souls that the government has got to be the answer. Government support has become so etched into our society that it’s going to be hard, if not impossible to break!” And this isn’t the only state having trouble. “This is what big government does,” Sean sighed {NYT Article}.

Feds Sue Arizona Over Immigration Bill
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Arizona's tough new illegal immigration bill. The lawsuit argues that Arizona's new measure requiring state and local police to question and possibly arrest illegal immigrants during the enforcement of other laws overrides federal authority. “The Anointed One,” President Obama, has called the state law misguided. “This is not a new law targeting illegal immigrants; it’s an enforcement law that basically enforces the federal statute,” said Sean. “The federal government has pursued this lawsuit despite polls showing the vast majority of Americans support the new law. The cost of illegal immigration for the U.S. is $113 billion dollars a year – that’s an average of $1,117 per household!” an exasperated Sean told his audience {Article}.

Reid’s Dirty Tricks
The Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate seat in Nevada, Sharron Angle, joined Sean in the show’s final hour. Angle is leading her opponent, Harry Reid, by six or seven percentage points according to Rasmussen Reports. Yesterday, Angle's campaign accused Sen. Harry Reid's campaign of "dirty tricks" and breaking the law by posting a copy of Angle's original website on the Internet without permission. “They told me my old site wasn’t professional enough after I won the primary,” Angle told Sean. “So we updated the site and now he wants the old one. Its intellectual property and it’s illegal for him to use my name or collect names on my website for his own use,” said Angle. Angle sent “Tricky Harry” a cease and desist letter and he complied. “So I guess he agrees with me that he shouldn’t have had it up there either,” Angle said.

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