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Watchwoman: With government representatives like Democrat Schakowsky after your wallet saying, “Americans don’t deserve to keep all of their money,” who needs thieves, robbers and burglars in the calaboose?  Let them out and put the REAL crooks in who are much more dangerous to your wealth disappearing than the vast majority of other thieves, robbers and burglars!  Dem Reps like Schakowsky don’t even have to break the law to steal from you, she and her Dem cronies will just pass another bill to get more of it — all legally.  (This is the epitome of Karl Marx’s theology and form of government, otherwise known as Marxism — the redistribution of wealth. If you don’t understand communism/Marxism/socialism, you had best get informed because it is crippling you and the USA.)  If this statement,  “Americans don’t deserve to keep all of their money,” doesn’t wake you up, America, nothing will — and you’re as good as dead in the water with no hope and no paddles.  Unfortunately, the Democrat Party, on the whole, believes that “Americans don’t deserve to keep all of their money.”  Wake up America!  ▬ Donna Calvin

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WLS Radio’s John Dempsey Reports

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois's 9th district, Assumed office January 3, 1999

CHICAGO (WLS) – A lot of reaction Wednesday morning to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky’s interview with Don Wade and Roma.

Schakowsky said that Americans don’t deserve to keep all of their money because we need taxes to support our society.

LISTEN: Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky joins Don Wade and Roma

“I’ll put it this way. You don’t deserve to keep all of it and it’s not a question of deserving because what government is, is those things that we decide to do together. And there are many things that we decide to do together like have our national security. Like have police and fire. What about the people that work at the National Institute of Health who are looking for a cure for cancer,” Schakowsky said.

Schakowsky also says one reason the 2009 stimulus bill did not succeed was because it was not large enough.

Schakowsky also admitted there are questions about the Obama administration’s connection to the now bankrupt Solyndra solar panel company.

The administration approved nearly $528 million in federal loans to the company, before Solyndra filed for bankruptcy.

Schakowsky sits on the House Energy and Commerce Committee Investigations and Oversight Panel, which is holding hearings Wednesday into the matter. She said she and other Democrats want answers.

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