Update for Mid-MO: A bus will be departing from the East side of the Hearnes Center at 3pm. Expected return time around 9pm.


 For more information, Facebook users click here.Otherwise, click here.The stimulus package benefited many Democrat donors.  On Tuesday, October 4th, Barack Obama will attend a $25,000-per person fundraiser at the home of Tom Carnahan on Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis. We’ll be there to greet him!United for Missouri is joining with Jim Hoft (Gateway Pundit), St. Louis Tea Party Coalition, and AFPMO in demanding fiscal responsibility from the Obama administration.  The stimulus was an abject, undeniable failure.  Now President Obama wants to repeat this failure by passing a “Son of Stimulus”!  It’s time We the People, the board of directors of these United States, to tell our employees in Washington, DC: “NO!”Tom Carnahan, who is the brother of Congressman Russ Carnahan and Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, is the Obama campaign’s chief Missouri fundraiser. “So what?” you might be saying. “The Carnahans are well-known Democrats, and that would make sense.”

What you may not know or might have forgotten is that Tom Carnahan is chairman of the board of Wind Capital Group, a wind energy company with corporate headquarters in St. Louis. He formerly was president and CEO of the company. Last year, Wind Capital’s Lost Creek Farm facility in northwest Missouri received a $107 million tax credit from the Treasury Department from the stimulus. While unemployment continued to rise, Democrat donors such as Tom Carnahan received $107 million in stimulus funds.

Obama promised HIS Stimulus would decrease the unemployment rate.  It didn’t!  Unemployment has been as high as 10 percent and is currently stuck above 9 percent. The Obama Administration admits unemployment will be near 9 percent on Election Day 2012.

Tom Carnahan pocketed $107,000,000 of your children’s future earnings.  The 12,000 jobs “created” in Missouri, according to the White House, cost tax payers $272,000 each (source).  Yet Missouri’s unemployment remains above 9 percent.

Come join us to let the President know you reject his crony capitalism and that using your children’s future earnings to reward his Democrat donors will not be tolerated!

Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Time:  5 p.m. to 6 p.m. (or so)

Where:  Forest Park along Lindell Blvd., west of the History Museum (see map below)

Theme:  Waste, Windmills and “Son of Stimulus”

Signs:  Please be tasteful, irreverent, and funny.

If you are unable to attend, send sign suggestions.

Parking:  History Museum, Lagoon Dr. and Grand Dr., south of the History Museum.

Hope to see you there,

Carl Bearden

Executive Director

United for Missouri


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