Tuesday, September 1, 2009

More Stumulating for the Party

I have long worried that the stimulus bill was more about stimulating the Democratic Party than the national economy. So despite the President's promises for transparency and for keeping politics out of the use of the stimulus funds (and despite the valiant efforts of watch poodle Joe Biden of "nobody messes with Joe" fame), here is further evidence that party counts.


Not only does it not surprise me that the cash is flowing into the greedy paws of powerful Democratic politicians, but it is even less of a surprise that this particular $15 million is apparently be wasted. I mean $15 million for a checkpoint frequented by three people a day - albeit dangerous Canadians - is government waste at its finest. What are they going to do, gold plate the toilet seats? I mean for three people a day, we can have a little shack with a guard who looks like the Maytag repair man, a cot for him to nap on between wayward travelers, a TV (with cable), and refrigerator stocked with nutritious snacks for what, like $75,000 a year. I'll tell you what President Obama, for a measly $7.5 million, I'd be happy to administer this check point for the next 20 years. What a bargain - I would save the taxpayers $7.5 million! Now go and put the money to use in Laredo Texas where it is needed. I know that Texas is Republican territory, but if you insist on wasting our tax money, at least waste it to good use - Citizen Zane


  1. I agree Citizen Zane, in fact I think the entire 'Stimulus' should be rescinded. It is merely a social spending bill for the Democrat socialists. BTW I love your mission statement @ left, I can totally relate. Hope to have you as a reader and give me a 'head's up' if anything catches your eye, you certainly have some good content here.........

  2. LCR,
    Thank you for stopping in. I do enjoy your blog and happily admit that it is much better than my own. I am a fellow left coaster living in the east now, wishing that I were meeting you in Old Town for a chicken enchilada and a beef taco or two. Best - Citizen Zane