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He is all talk. This is how he wants to spend your tax money Remember, this is supposed to be a jobs stimulus bill. $1 billion for Amtrak, which hasn’t earned a profit in four decades. $2 billion to help subsidize child care. $400 million for research into global warming. $2.4 billion for projects to demonstrate how carbon greenhouse gas can be safely removed from the atmosphere. $650 million for coupons to help consumers convert their TV sets from analog to digital, part of the digital TV conversion. $600 million to buy a new fleet of cars for federal employees and government departments. $75 million to fund programs to help people quit smoking. $21 million to re-sod the National Mall, which suffered heavy use during the Inauguration. $2.25 billion for national parks. This item has sparked calls for an investigation, because the chief lobbyist of the National Parks Association is the son of Rep. David R. Obey, D-Wisc. The $2,25 billion is about equal to the National Park Service’s entire annual budget. The Washington Times reports it is a threefold increase over what was originally proposed for parks in the stimulus bill. Obey is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. $335 million for treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. $50 million for the National Endowment for the Arts. $4.19 billion to stave off foreclosures via the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. The bill allows nonprofits to compete with cities and states for $3.44 billion of the money, which means a substantial amount of it will be captured by ACORN, the controversial activist group currently under federal investigation for vote fraud. Another $750 million would be exclusively reserved for nonprofits such as ACORN – meaning cities and states are barred from receiving that money. Sen. David Vitter, R-La., charges the money could appear to be a “payoff” for the partisan political activities community groups in the last election cycle. $44 million to renovate the headquarters building of the Agriculture Department. $32 billion for a “smart electricity grid to minimize waste. $87 billion of Medicaid funds, to aid states. $53.4 billion for science facilities, high speed Internet, and miscellaneous energy and environmental programs. $13 billion to repair and weatherize public housing, help the homeless, repair foreclosed homes. $20 billion for quicker depreciation and write-offs for equipment. $10.3 billion for tax credits to help families defray the cost of college tuition. $20 billion over five years for an expanded food stamp program. * $2 billion earmark to re-start FutureGen, a near-zero emissions coal power plant in Illinois that the Dept. of Energy defunded last year because the project was inefficient * $650 million for the digital television (DTV) converter coupon program * $88 million for the Coast Guard to design a new polar icebreaker (ship) * $448 million for constructing the Dept. of Homeland Security HQ * $248 million for furniture at the new Homeland Security headquarters * $600 million to buy hybrid vehicles for federal employees * $400 million for the CDC to screen and prevent STD’s * $1.4 billion for a rural waste disposal programs * $125 million for the Washington, D.C. sewer system * $150 million for Smithsonian museum facilities * $1 billion for the 2010 Census, projected cost overrun of $3 billion * $75 million for “smoking cessation activities” * $200 million for public computer centers at community colleges * $75 million for salaries of employees at the FBI * $25 million for tribal alcohol and substance abuse reduction * $500 million for flood reduction projects on the Mississippi River * $10 million to inspect canals in urban areas * $6 billion to turn federal buildings into “green” buildings * $500 million for state and local fire stations * $650 million for wildland fire management on Forest Service lands * $150 million for Smithsonian museum facilities * $1.2 billion for “youth activities,” including youth summer job programs * $88 million for renovating the headquarters of the Public Health Service * $412 million for CDC buildings and property * $500 million for building and repairing NIH facilities in Bethesda, nevada * $160 million for “paid volunteers” at the Corporation for National and Community Service * $5.5 million for “energy efficiency initiatives” at the nevada “National Cemetery Administration” * $60 million for Arlington National Cemetery * $850 million for Amtrak * $100 million for reducing the hazard of lead-based paint * $75M to construct a new “security training” facility for State Dept Security officers when they can be trained at existing facilities of other agencies. * $110 million to the Farm Ser
Not a good idea. And no reference to prior socialism is EVER a valid defense to the prospect of TOTAL socialism. Why this isn't a good idea is because it truly doesn't solve much. I like the idea of reworking a lot of these mortgages FIRST, then allowing refinancing and some breaks to give them a start. But the housing bubble was a nightmare...I saw that one coming when my husband and I purchased a home for $89K and then were able to resale it much higher. Granted, we broke just even with all the work we did on it...but this was in 2004. I told him then when I saw the home values go insane that this was not going to be good. I live in nevada where some of the worst price fluctuations are. So, without some solid details and good foundation with realistic projected results--there is no point in doing so. Again, just because our Congress was stupid enough to bailout before is no argument to continue doing so. In other words, when people begin to realize that your personal livelihood is not a good basis for partisanship woes--then we will all be in a better position to hold our representatives accountable. It's time. Let's all hold them accountable.
Businesses advertise -- I don't like it as much as the next guy but this is what they do. As for transparency and guidance -- it's a joke...why isn't Frank taking any heat for this? He's in charge. Bush is taking heat -- the Minority Republican Congress 110th was taking heat...but nobody looking to Frank and company.
Hahahahahaha...the same clowns that caused the meltdown are now in charge of sending the $$$ to their buds.