Sunday, February 8, 2009

Details on Porkulus

Want to see the ugly details inside the $827 billion "compromise"? Rob Nepell has put up an easy-to-use searchable version at ReadTheStimulus. (Hat tip: Michelle Malkin)
UPDATE: I forgot about McClatchy reporter David Lightman's penetrating analysis of the "stimulus" bill that the House passed. Get this: "... the House of Representatives passed an $819 billion economic stimulus package designed to create millions of jobs quickly and give consumers more money to spend..."

Jeeez. You can always count on Lightman to give the Obama spin, without any of the scrutiny that was applied to Obama's predecessor.


Anonymous said...

Concerned real Americans clearly know what pork laden offal is in the bill.

But more importantly, did we get any of that information from MNI?
Of course not.

While MNI editorials were posturing how great the bankrupting of America is, right thinking people were forced to other web sites for the truth.

I forgot, tell me again why I want to suscribe to your paper?

Anonymous said...

What? You went to Malkin and not MNI for the news?

Let's see. My yearly Internet provider bill is about the same as a years subscription to my local liberal rag.

Choices, choices. What should I subscribe to? A biased one trick pony, or a window to the world?

Anonymous said...

If Obama has his way, you will be paying for both. One by freewill and the other with your tax money. There is no stopping this spending engine, the train left the station with the last election. There was an article today that said when Obama is done with his government takeover, he will have a full patronage system in place. Just like there is in Chicago. Think about it, all the folks on the dole are dependent voters.

Anonymous said...

Actually what democrats (socialist/marxist leadership) are doing has a name. It is the Cloward/Piven Strategy.

Basically locking in total domination by using taxpayer dollars to fund their own destruction.

McClatchy Watch said...

Anonymous 7:01 -- funny that Malkin respects her readers by linking to detailed information, while McClatchy still thinks it's the Gatekeeper.

Anonymous said...

Gatekeeper? To a bubbling public toilet!