Wanted: The Most Dangerous Gang In America

Keep on the lookout for these six Senators who are wanted on charges of conspiring to destroy seniors and working-class American families across the entire country. They have been deemed the 'Most Dangerous Gang in America,' according to the

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Keep on the lookout for these six Senators who are wanted on charges of conspiring to destroy seniors and working-class American families across the entire country. They have been deemed the 'Most Dangerous Gang in America,' according to the special C&L Task Force that's leading the investigation.

"Although they are trying to sell the idea to America that they are a bipartisan group of Senators from opposing parties," said John Amato, who leads the special task force.

"What we really have is a right-wing gang of Senators who are ignoring the American people who are calling for higher taxes on the wealthy while wanting their social security and medicare strengthened. Instead, this Gang is proposing cuts in benefits to seniors and the working class as their solution while refusing to put any type of tax increase on the table."

That has a lot of Democrats worried as they move forward to introducing their proposal. There has been no shared sacrifice from the top 2% and as has been proven over the course of history, you can't cut yourself out of a recession. "Austerity would have a disastrous affect on the long term growth of America, said John Amato.

The Gang of Six has now passed MS-13 as the most dangerous gang in America. Others that had topped the list before were the Crips, Bloods, Gottis and the Gambinos.

Tom Coburn, (R-Okla)
Saxby Chambliss. (R-GA.)
Mike Crapo. (R-Idaho)
Dick Durbin (D-Ill.)
Kent Conrad (D-N.D.)
Mark Warner (D-VA.)

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