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Unfortunately it is true. If we were only being sold what is written on the package people may not complain as much.. it is all the added preservatives that will kill us. The stimuli's does bring some jobs but very few in relation to the crap that is added into it. If they were ONLY creating jobs the bill would be a whole lot cheeper. It has reach ed to over 1000 pages of pork! *********************************** General outline: $87 billion for Medicare outlays and related spending $20 billion toward nutrition assistance program (food stamps) $2.8 billion to expand broadband Internet service in rural areas $4 billion for programs “to develop rural communities…” $3 billion for grants to improve the criminal justice system $3 billion for grants to fund science and technology research $1 billion for periodic censuses and programs $1 billion for programs of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration $1 billion for the Community Oriented Policing Services program $2 billion for “other activities” $4 billion to the Department of Defense to repair, maintain, and renovate its facilities; for energy-efficiency projects, including the modernizing of heating/cooling and electrical systems; and for improving Army barracks $43.9 billion for the Department of Energy (DOE), $4.5 billion for the Army Corps of Engineers $500 million for the Bureau of Reclamation $8.7 billion to promote energy efficiency and conservation at federal facilities and to support small businesses $1.1 billion for a variety of programs administered by the Department of Homeland Security $8.4 billion for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs) $6.6 billion would fund various programs, including capital improvements and maintenance for the Forest Service and National Park Service, the Superfund program, and wildland fire management $20.4 billion for programs administered by the Department of Health and Human Services $4.6 billion for employment and training programs administered by the Department of Labor $20 billion to renovate elementary and secondary schools $17.6 billion for Pell grants and other student financial assistance and facilities at post-secondary institutions including federal student loan programs $29.1 billon for other education programs aimed particularly at elementary and secondary education $6.0 billion for military construction projects of the Department of Defense $1 billion for the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to maintain and repair Thomasville medical facilities and cemeteries $276 million would be provided to the Capital Investment Fund for specific information-technology (IT) projects $224 million would be provided for construction requirements of the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico $30 billion for highway construction $13.1 billion for other transportation programs administered by DOT $11.2 billion for housing assistance programs administered by HUD $5.2 billion for grants to states and cities for activities related to community development $41.2 billion per year for 10 highway programs at the state and local level $10.4 billion per year for transit programs at the state and local level $39.5 billion available to states each twice a year to help them balance their books $7.5 billion in each year would be reserved for incentive grants to be given to states on a competitive basis in fiscal year 2010, based on states meeting specified criteria in how they spent their initial allocations $2.3 billion “emergency” spending for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program a variety of tax credits for desired behavior additional unemployment benefits
The amount of PORK is obscene and yet Obama sees nothing wrong with all this pork~ I though Muslims did not like PORK?
Obama is not sleeping much these nights, He is tossing and turning, trying to remember who he has forgot in the liberal and dem paybacks he owes, So each morning there is a new amount,
The truth is pork creates jobs, jobs create spending, spending makes companies look like attractive investments, and then investors invest.
Yep It is actually a greasy palm or repayment for favors package. Wooglet Voot Yes you can cut and paste that is nice.
Trying to clean up PBu's mess.
He's gotta buy more cadillacs with those money.