problembear’s tweets

  • 16:20 @missoulian that’s great! But he’ll never see stew again! #
  • 17:00 @brianschweitzer if federal efforts fail to rein in health insurance costs- let montana offer a public option to attract business and jobs #
  • 17:04 @brianschweitzer if MT offers decent public option health insurance businesses will beat a path to our door, and tax dollars will flow in! #
  • 17:06 @brianschweitzer the best way to increase employment in MT is to offer businesses a decent public option for health insurance. #
  • 17:13 instead of legislating payday lenders out of business why don’t non profits offer payday loans to the poor for less? it would bankrupt them. #
  • 17:17 for example: in MT is is legal to charge $25 on a $100 loan for two weeks. if a non-profit charged $5 it would help people and be profitable #
  • 17:18 and the best part is that it would put the payday lenders out of business. perhaps food banks and homeless shelters should look into it? #
  • 17:21 and non profits could use the funds they make to buy more food and shelter for people who need our assistance. $5 is still 130% per year! #
  • 17:25 most payday lenders charge more than 400% interest and say that they cannot make it on less. non profits should prove that 130% is plenty. #
  • 17:30 payday lenders! non profits will put you out of business by offering low rates the poor can afford- $5 per $100 choke on it #weasels #
  • 17:34 some payday lenders charge 650% interest in MT. non profits will offer micro loans at $5 per $100 per two weeks. lets bankrupt #weasels #
  • 20:35 where is my support? was not aware that there is any health care reform proposed as yet. wake me when there is something worth supporting. #
  • 23:38 HANK MOBLEY, This I Dig Of You: blip.fm/~n535i via @addthis #

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