The Summertime Blues
by Kafir ( 290 Comments › )
Filed under Blogmocracy, Guest Post, Politics, Progressives at August 4th, 2010 - 11:30 am
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Guest post by: Huckfunn!
Ah; the sights, sounds and smells of summertime. Tropical resorts, mountain hideaways, waterparks and a tour boat cruise past the Kennedy Compound in Hayannis Harbor. BUT WAIT… there’s more. Video games for the elderly, stoned monkeys, snowmaking and, just for all of you hot babes, a study on Reducing Menopausal Hot Flashes Through Yoga. Sound stimulating? Well, folks; you don’t even need a reservation because you’re already signed up. This is how the Obowmao regime and the dimocrat Congress have decided to spend your 862 billion tax dollars to create jobs and stimulate the economy. Check out the colorful brochure and please post your comments as to your favorite amusement. These are just a few of the many attractions.
“Dance Draw” – Interactive Dance Software Development
$54 million in rural development loans to construct a new four-story tribal government center, which will include a practice facility for the Connecticut Sun, the WNBA professional basketball team.
Monkeys Get High for Science
(Winston-Salem, NC) – $144,541
The Meteorite Hunters of Antarctica
(Cleveland, OH) – $600,001
Reducing Menopausal Hot Flashes Through Yoga
(Winston-Salem, NC) – $294,958
Senators Tom Coburn and John McCain have made this brochure available to you in their report SUMMERTIME BLUES, 100 Stimulus Projects that give the taxpayers the blues.
Read the whole thing here: Summertime Blues
Tags: Huckfunn, stimulus
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