What the ‘Stimulus’ Has in Common With the U.S. Constitution

In typically wimpy fashion, the “stimulus” was passed by Congress late on a Friday night. The Senate got their 60 votes thanks Sens. Collins, Snowe and Specter — who are as “Republican” as Michael Moore is “svelte.”

This is going to be a “transparent” government alright — we’re being robbed in broad daylight and the crooks aren’t even bothering to use masks.

Below is a very brief clip of Rep. Boehner relaying a little fact that, in a better time, would result in the removal from office of all those responsible for the Generational Theft Act of 2009.

What does the “stimulus package” have in common with the U.S. Constitution? The majority of Congress doesn’t feel compelled to take the time to read either one:

Author: Doug Powers

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