The Conservative Hill Billy:

53% of voters are good with this crap, and the rest of us, as always, get screwed!

Originally posted on Rat Nation:



$150 million for Alaskan fisheries, $2 million to the Smithsonian to repair roofs and $8 million to Homeland Security and the Justice Department to buy cars. And that’s chump change compared to the rest.

The old Klansman, Robert Byrd, who was famous for adding West Virginia pork to senate bills, would be proud: The Democrats’ Hurricane Sandy “emergency relief” bill contains more than $21 billion in spending that has nothing to do with Sandy – let alone the devastated areas of New York or New Jersey. Yep, Harry Reid’s Porkfest 2012 does the late senator proud indeed.

Not only does the bill include hundreds of millions of dollars of new unrelated spending requests, it also contains multiple provisions that had previously been rejected or not yet considered by Congress. Included? A measure that alters how the federal government manages areas prone to…

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. the unit
    Dec 23, 2012 @ 10:40:26

    Hey, even Rat is going to unwind for a few days. Said having a beer sounds good! I suggested having a Hillbilly recommended one. Not sure about brands now in the NWO. I always liked Pabst Blue Ribbon in days of yore. Doubt that’s progressive enough now. :)


  2. Uppity Woman
    Dec 25, 2012 @ 11:11:21

    John, on behalf of all us fractious Uppityites, I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas.


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