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GOP Picks a Porker for Approps, Not Flake

They said they wanted to get serious about cutting earmarks, but when presented the opportunity to put a tough earmark hawk on the House Appropriations Committee, the meat factory of pork barrel spending,
House Republicans passed.

Instead of putting Rep. Jeff Flake (R.-Ariz.), who has challenged earmarks on the House floor again and again and had campaigned for the slot, the 27-member House Republican Steering Committee chose the  "proud" earmarker Rep. Jo Bonner (R.-Ala.).

On Bonner's congressional website, he explains the earmarking process and says, "I am proud of our accomplishments in steering funds through this method to many worthy south Alabama projects."

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