10oz filets for $39.95
7oz filets for $33.95, a piece
2 rib eyes for $30.00 a piece
Lamb lollipop for $15.95
$27 worth of potatoes
$16.85 for pecan pie and ice cream
$490.20 total including tip dinner for six people.
Sound like dinner out for Hollywood celebrities or Wall Street tycoons?
Government at all levels; federal, state and local continues to demonstrate a wanton lack of respect in how it spends taxpayer dollars. The problem is always this; when government officials in this case public utility executives get to spend other peoples money there will always be waste, fraud and abuse.
The solution is limited government and true free market enterprise.
We want to invite you to the We Stand with Gibson event happening in Nashville on Saturday, Oct. 8th.
Saturday, Oct. 8th
2:00 to 4:00pm
(view map here)
This FREE event is to stand up for a great local business here in Tennessee against the overzealous actions of the Obama Administration, and in particular the extreme environmentalist ideology that is crushing our economy, costing us jobs and threatening the good name of Gibson Guitars.
President Obama argues that his jobs bill will be fully paid for.
If you are skeptical, you have every reason to be. The President argued his health care take-over would be paid for as well; yet we know the truth. It was paid for by cutting Medicare by $500 billion and nearly the same amount in new taxes and fines. And even with all that, ObamaCare will add an additional $341 billion to the national debt by 2019.
The President intends to create no less than 14 additional tax burdens in order to pay for his jobs bill a bill written by special interests, for special interests and these tax increases will do more to damage our economy and stunt job growth.
The NLRB is trying to shut down Boeings new plant in South Carolina, because they dont like that South Carolina is a Right to Work state. This dispute serves as a prime example of the kind of regulatory overreach that is costing America jobs. Instead of expanding production at its unionized plant in Washington State, Boeing decided to build a new facility in South Carolina, a Right to Work state with lower labor costs and a friendlier business climate. The NLRB deemed this decision an unfair labor practice and then ordered the company to abandon the new facility in South Carolina.
Former Vice President Al Gores mansion, with over 10,000 square feet, was not big enough for a home office; so Gore recently purchased upscale office space in Nashville to tout his new ideologically-driven environmental agenda.
Gores message seems populist enough; according to an article in the Tennessean, Gore is going after oil and gas companies' reckless pursuit of profits.
What VP Gore does not mention is his solution: government programs, such as cap-and-trade and higher energy taxes that are intended to force American businesses and consumers (thats you and I) to abandon our current energy supplies oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear for green technology; solar panels, wind mills, and of course far less consumption.