>>Pork Report, February 9, 2010: Neon Edition. Where the Stimulus One money went
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This is just a little report on where the Stimulus One money went. Stimulus One was the $784 BILLION bill passed by Obama’s Democrats wuith only two turn coat Republicans on board way back last winter that was supposed to create jobs. Well it didn’t work. They gave raises to employees and called that creating a job. then when they were caught out in that lie they changed their tune to “saving or creating” a job. How in Hell do you “save” a job with a pay increase in an economy like this one where anyone with a job has to be brain dead to leave that job?!
Anyhow, Obama and the Dems are now calling for a second stimulu8s because the first one didn’t work. but beware of the word game: they are calling it a “Jobs Bill”.
Despite millions in federal tax credits, wind-equipment manufacturers cut thousands of jobs in the U.S. last year
Las Vegas receives $4.5 million federal grant to build the neon museum
Alaska Senators fight to restore funding for earmark that both President Bush and Obama have tried to eliminate
New Jersey Senator prodded the Federal Reserve to aid a struggling bank whose chairman and vice chairman were big campaign contributors
Media critics agree the U.S. Census Bureau’s $2.5 million Super Bowl ad was one of the worst
$501,940 of federal stimulus aid will help finance an animal shelter, which will include pet bathing areas and a kitten nursery
Only 11% of Americans think the government spends taxpayers’ money wisely and 83% say the size of the federal budget deficit is due to the unwillingness of politicians to cut government spending
75% of voters are angry at the government’s current policies; 59% believe cutting taxes is better than increasing government spending for job-creation, but 72% expect Washington politicians to increase spending instead