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# A new report on the top 100 most wasteful stimulus projects by Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Tom Coburn (R-OK) includes $308 million for BP for clean energy projects.

Posted on: August 5, 2010

  • A new report on the top 100 most wasteful stimulus projects by Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Tom Coburn (R-OK) includes $308 million for BP for clean energy projects.

Readers you really need to see this report (click on “new report” above).  It is so unbelievable.  Well, maybe it isn’t considering Washington thinking and priorities.  Anyhow the report is interesting.

Oh and by the way, the one wasteful spending is installing new windows in the closed Mount St. Helen’s  site is pictured at the beginning of the document.  On a personal side note: Lew and I were there before it was closed to the public. I was sorry to hear of the closing of this site because the program presented of the  volcanic eruption was so fantastic and it ended with the curtains being opened and a magnificent and breathtaking view of the remaining crater of Mt. St. Helen’s thru these huge windows.  Don’t believe they had any need to replace them as they were prefect.  BB

see also:   According to a new USA Today analysis, states with the highest jobless rates are getting less money per person under the federal stimulus program than states with below-average unemployment.

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