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The Pork Filled and Expensive Non-Relief Sandy Relief Bill

Georgia Boy Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 4:58 PM
I predict Chris Christie leaves the GOP and becomes a Democrat.
mlew Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 5:24 PM
Yea. He might as will many, many others. the Republican Party seems intent on alienating group after group, person after person. Most of my friends still consider themselves conservative but claim that they will never vote Republican again.
Gazinya Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 6:10 PM
Read a book or something. All these 'alienated groups' have been formed by the progressives. When the GOP plays with 'these groups' that is when the GOP goes down the drain. There is something called the Constitution and if the GOP were to actually do something more than 'photo-op' a reading of it and followed it then there would be no 'alienated groups' but citizens of The United States. It's a simple program to follow but you must follow it.

It's been 66 days since Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast, causing major damage in New York and New Jersey. The storm was so powerful, it is in the running to become the most expensive storm for taxpayers on record. Historically, Congress has passed hurricane relief bills in the immediate aftermath of storm damage, but Sandy is a different story. Why? Congress wrote up Hurricane Sandy Relief legislation and then Harry Reid's Senate loaded it with pork. What's in it? Many things that hardly count as relief for victims.

The pork-barrel feast includes more than $8...