Obama told the nation,
"I'm proud that we passed the $787 Billion stimulus package free of earmarks"


He's so full of shit he can't tell the truth

I mean, look at it this way. If you are cooking a turkey, and you decide to wrap it in bacon, then you've added pork to your meal. But if, on the other hand, you're cooking a bacon log, you aren't adding pork, are you? It's made of pork. That is its nature. You may be adding spices, or perhaps stuffing but you aren't adding pork. So I guess that's kinda what Obama is trying to say. This is a spending bill. You don't have to earmark it when spending is the objective. You can't, you see, earmark an earmark....ITS ALL PORK!

Definition Of A Democrat
This is what's in the stimulus bill that passed and what you, your grandchildren, and their grandchildren are going to be paying for. Do you think any of this crap is going to help our economy, stop foreclosures or create jobs?
850 Million: to Amtrak - A railroad that hasn't turned a profit in 40 years
2 Billion: for child-care subsidies
50 Million: for the National Endowment for the Arts
400 Million: for global-warming research
2.4 Billion: to carbon-capture demonstration projects
650 Million: for digital TV conversion coupons - On top of the billions already doled out
246 Million: tax break for Hollywood movie producers to buy motion picture film
88 Million: so the Coast Guard can design a new polar icebreaker (arctic ship)
600 Million: to buy hybrid vehicles for federal employees
150 Million: for Smithsonian museum facilities
75 Million: for "smoking cessation activities"
200 Million: for public computer centers at community colleges
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
650 Million: for wild land fire management on forest service lands
1.2 Billion: for "youth activities," including youth summer job programs
500 Million: for building and repairing National Institutes of Health facilities in Bethesda, Maryland
160 Million: for "paid volunteers" at the Corporation for National and Community Service
5.5 Million: for "energy efficiency initiatives" at the Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration
100 Million: for reducing the hazard of lead-based paint
110 Million: to the Farm Service Agency to upgrade computer systems
200 Million: in funding for the lease of alternative energy vehicles for use on military installations
$3,723,750 - for a Natural Products Lab
$2,780,400 - for the Jamie Whitten Delta States Research Center
$1,075,419 - for the Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center
$849,015 - for genomics for southern crop stress and disease research
$511,395 - for biotechnology research
$229,383 - for rural systems research
$5,560,800 - for the Agricultural Research Center in Logan
$2,616,555 - for a Utah conservation initiative
$1,191,600 - for function genomics research
$559,059 - for high performance computing
$186,684 - for pasture and forage research
$2,085,300 - for the Forage-Animal Production Research Facility
$627,576 - for health education leadership
$559,059 - for new crop opportunities
$502,458 - for precision agriculture
$1,709,946 - for sorghum research
$1,550,073 - for the Plant Stress and Water Conservation Lab
$1,869,819 - for the National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research in Peoria
$837,099 - for crop production and food processing
$70,503 - for the Illinois Buffer Initiative
$968,175 - for berry research
$818,232 - for alternative salmon products
$132,069 - for native plant commercialization
$3,097,167 - for shrimp aquaculture research
$5,640,000 - for the Marshall Space Flight Center
$470,000 - for a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Maritime Museum in Mobile
$329,000 - for American Village Citizenship Trust Montevallo for character programs in at-risk areas
$235,000 - for the Foley Police Department for communications upgrades
$235,000 - for West Alabama Marine Shrimp and Fish Aquaculture
$11,280,000 - for the Stennis Space Center
$7,520,000 - for the Center for Marine Aquaculture
$1,175,000 - for Jackson State University for computer software and mapping
$3,478,000 - for the harbor seal and stellar sea lion protection program
$2,820,000 - for the Native American/Native Alaskan Liaison Office
$1,128,000 - for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Alaska Eagle River
$188,000 - for monitoring and restoration of salmon stocks
$1,598,000 - for the Monroe County drug analysis module
$1,128,000 - for an Onondaga County records management project
$44,200,000 - for the Access to Joint Tanana Training Complex
$11,000,000 - for the Intermodal Marine Facility Port of Anchorage
$3,200,000 - for the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP, a weapon of mass destruction and able to manipulate weather conditions around the globe)
$4,500,000 - for comprehensive maritime domain awareness
$3,000,000 - for multi-jurisdictional counter-drug task force training
$1,200,000 - for the Advanced Dynamic Optics Program
$1,000,000 - for atmospheric water harvesting
$1,000,000 - for advanced battery technology
$5,000,000 - for the Center for Innovative Geospatial Technology
$2,400,000 - for the National Eye Evaluation and Research Network for clinical trials of orphan retinal degenerative diseases
$2,400,000 - for National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing skill set analysis
$2,400,000 - for the Lewis Center for Education Research
$1,600,000 - for the Technology Commercialization and Management Network
$1,600,000 - for micro-satellite serial manufacturing
$3,444,000 - for Tar Creek cleanup
$984,000 - for the University of Oklahoma in Norman for the large scale application of single-wall nanotubes
$201,720 - for restoration of Joe Creek
$21,648 - for Bartlesville water supply
$246,000 - for the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan
$5,904,000 - for research at the Institute for Molecular Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles
$492,000 - to deepen Anchorage Harbor
$214,512 - to combat erosion at Kenai River Bluff
$27,643,472 - directed to the Yazoo River and Basin, a plan long derided as wasteful, with an estimated cost of $200 million, which would drain thousands of acres of wetlands and forests in order to increase useable farm land
$1,968,000 - for bioengineering research training at Jackson State University
$590,400 - for the University of Mississippi Medical Center for research in the areas of increasing efficiency by reducing the amount of contrast media needed for certain procedures
$3,936,000 - for the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississippi State University
$738,000 - for the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History site in Albuquerque
$492,000 - for the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum
$196,800 - for green building technologies at Lakeview Museum in Peoria
$625,000 - for the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
$500,000 - for unspecified upgrades to Barracks Row, an upscale neighborhood eight blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building
$250,000 - to enhance research on Ice Seal populations
$150,000 - for a rodeo museum in South Dakota
$143,000 - for Nevada Humanities to develop and expand an online encyclopedia
$238,000 - for the Polynesian Voyaging Society in Hawaii
$100,000 - for the regional robotics training center in Union, SC.
$1,427,250 - for genetics improvements of switchgrass
$167,000 - for the Autry National Center for the American West in Los Angeles, CA.
$143,000 - to teach art energy
$100,000 - for the Central Nebraska World Trade Center
$1,700,000 - for swine odor research in Iowa
$2,000,000 - for the promotion of astronomy in Hawaii
$332,000- for the design and construction of a school sidewalk in Franklin, Texas
$2,100,000 - for the Center for Grape Genetics in New York
$650,000 - for beaver management in North Carolina and Mississippi
$1,000,000 - for Mormon cricket control in Utah
$300,000 - for the Montana World Trade Center
$200,000- for a tattoo removal violence outreach program "to help gang members or others shed visible signs of their past"
$475,000 - to build a parking garage in Provo City, Utah
$1,700,000 - for a honey bee factory in Weslaco, Texas
$951,500 - for Sustainable development in Las Vegas, Nevada (Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs)
$285,000 - for the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise, Idaho
$209,000 - to improve blueberry production and efficiency in Georgia
$47,500 - to remodel and expand a playground in Ottawa, Illinois
$400,000 - for copper wire theft prevention efforts
$190,000 - for the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming
$819,00 - for catfish genetics research in Alabama
$380,000 - for lighthouses in Maine
$380,000 - to revitalize downtown Aliceville, Alabama
$900,000 - for fish management
$951,500 - for the Oregon Solar Highway
$
26 Billion - for private equity companies, the vultures that buy companies, load them up with debt, collect exorbitant fees, and then try to sell them to the unsuspecting public
$
4.6 Billion - for clean coal
$
250 Million - to repair NASA facilities damaged by Hurricane Ike and to reduce the significant backlog of maintenance and repair projects at NASA facilities nationwide
Now, I'm not saying that some of these projects aren't worth doing.....This is just not the time to be doing them.
Did I miss some PORK...contact me and I'll add it
Oink....
I think Obama is starting to show his true colors
and is acting stupidly!
Police officers everywhere have it tough enough, without having to put up with Obama's crap...maybe Obama should improve his job performance a whole lot before he critizes those who already do excellent jobs!
Look closely at this photograph from the Veterans Day Ceremony

Veterans Day November 11, 2009 at the Ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery. I don't know whether the National Anthem is being played, or the Flag is going by, or WHAT, but EVERYBODY in the picture is either saluting or has his hand over the HEART. 

All except ONE.   
Guess who?  
I guess the Muslim's sign of respect is folded hands over your crotch.
That's what I call being UN-AMERICAN