Any of you not familiar with all the pork that got piled on the Bacon Wrapped Bailout Bill must be in a cave. It’s bad enough we as citizens and taxpayers are having to pony up because of greedy companies with more money wrapped up in CDS than the total national debt. Now we’ve got greedy politicians porking up the bailout bill with nonsense.

I want names! That’s right, the name of each and every Senator and/or Representative that added the fat to the bill to the tune of $110B. You represent ME and every other taxpayer that voted you into office. I want to know exactly what you are representing for me. I want to know which of you added the fat in the way of earmarks to the bailout bill. I want to know which of you required a bribe in the way of those earmarks in order to vote in favor of the bill.

Transparency my ass! Stand and be counted for the fat you added.


  1. Feydakin on the 09. Oct, 2008 remarked #

    Can we have a politician season?? Put maybe a bag limit of 3 per day with a $5 fine for each one over the limit.. I have a hundo in my pocket..

  2. CrankyDave on the 09. Oct, 2008 remarked #

    lol Steve…

    Perhaps a “$5 bonus” instead of a fine would be more appropriate. I got a hundo in my pocket too! ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. Bobby Revell on the 18. Oct, 2008 remarked #

    Hi Dave! Now even more bailouts are proposed by Pelosi, yet they slip by unnoticed! The original one was so obscene, America is now conditioned to just accept whatever the government does. I still don’t have a complete list, but every member of congress who said yes is a good start.

    What do you think about the “temporary” nationalization of banks? Bah! We know it’s permanent.

  4. Mariuca on the 09. Dec, 2008 remarked #

    Hola! Youโ€™re invited to join us on a BEAR-y special meme, have fun! ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. Pascal Beyens on the 15. Feb, 2009 remarked #

    I must say i am very surprised about how America is living last years.
    First they have an election campaign of 1,5 year.

    The most important thing in that campaign is the from ‘Bob the Builder’ stolen slogan ‘Yes, we can’.

    Then there comes a financial crisis and what is the solution?
    Loan the biggest amounts ever to fill the wholes because of bad loans…
    And then it looks like there will be a next loan, another one later and probably again another one.
    Like GM, why put money in a company that goes bankrupt?

    The same is happening here.
    This doesn’t look good if you ask me.

  6. Alice on the 15. Jun, 2009 remarked #

    The Most important challenge GM faces is to win back the trust of the tax payers. Giving away billions of tax payer money is not going to go under good sights of the consumers

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