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The Pork Filled and Expensive Non-Relief Sandy Relief Bill

T115 Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 7:56 PM
I graduated Engineering (Not Civil - a real engineering program) while you apparently were still in diapers (probably before). Your idiot professors did not explain to you that "belief" is not "proof". If 100 of your fellow civil engineers "believed" a 1/4" bolt would hold a bridge span up, would it in fact? Would you stake your life on it? Facts are what matter - peer reviewed, carefully vetted, challanged, repeatable FACT. Your Goreligion has been debunked time and time again. Come back to the table when you have matured and learned to think. obama delenda est

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...