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On Fox, Tom Borelli Says 'Take Action Against Corporate Support for Big Government -- Sign Our Petition'

As Tom Borelli of the Free Enterprise Project of the National Center for Public Policy Research points out to host Brian Sullivan, Tea Party activists are not happy with big business. Many big businesses are ardent supporters of big government.

Tom uses General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt as an example of a corporate leader who is putting his company and the welfare of its employees, shareholders and the American people at risk in order to promote the big government agenda of the Obama Administration.

This segment comes from the August 16 edition of the Fox Business Network's "America's Nightly Scorecard."

More information about the Free Enterprise Project can be found at

Take action: Sign the FEP petition at And ask a friend to join you!

Addendum: The title of this post was changed as I originally, bizarrely, titled it 'Take Action Against Corporate Support for Business.'

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