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Junk Laws

R.3 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:45 AM
Congress' addiction to spending is no different than the generations that have been and continue to be addicted to hand outs. It's a downward spiral that has reached the bottom. We have reached the point where the big gov't spenders are rewarded by low information voters. This practice will not end until it collapses under its own weight. In the meantime, Congress will continue to throw more money at the problem devaluing the dollar and hastening the collapse.

We have junk food, junk mail and junk bonds.

Now, thanks to our dysfunctional and devious Congress, we have junk laws like the “Taxpayer Relief Act.”

Junk laws are really nothing new. The people we send to Washington to represent us have been passing legislation larded with pork or special privileges for their friends in business, agriculture and labor since the country was born.

Insiders have always known how this cynical bipartisan game is played. But now, thanks to the failure of Congress to deal with the government debt crisis it in large part created, the average...