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Rosa Delauro cranks up her broom: The wicked witch of the North rides again!

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Marti Oakley(c) 2010 All Rights reserved

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DeLauro (D) CT  http://delauro.house.gov 

From the statements by Rosa Delauro to the House committee:  While the administration asked for $14.2 million for this program, we do not feel it is a good use of resources to fund NAIS until the agency develops a clear plan for a mandatory system with measurable goals, long-term funding levels, and a plan for successful implementation. (emphasis mine)

Dear Ms DeLauro:

Your insistence on a mandatory system for the National Animal Identification System, one clearly rejected by the majority of the independent and family agricultural and livestock community across the nation, is not lawful.  You are a legislator and should be fully aware of this, and I believe you are.  More

Incumbent = “Income Bent”

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I think NOT

Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Got a joke for you. When is a Politician running for State Treasurer after his bank partnership fails, he squirms out of those pesky taxes while receiving a refund of $30,000, and is touted as a Democratic hopeful for the position likely to be elected?

Answer: When he comes from Illinois and his Republican counterpart not only lied about his military service, but also about his experience as a Educator.

Personally I don’t think that is very funny, but I bet these 39 individuals fired from their DFAS (Defense Finance and Accounting Service) positions are probably wondering how that happens as well. More

Drought as a Weapon?

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By Barbara H. Peterson

Okay, folks, this is crazy. I was reading an article regarding Congress passing a non-budget budget last night:

Last night, as part of a procedural vote on the emergency war supplemental bill, House Democrats attached a document that “deemed as passed” a non-existent $1.12 trillion budget. The execution of the “deeming” document allows Democrats to start spending money for Fiscal Year 2011 without the pesky constraints of a budget. http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=37893&s=rcmp

Well, I researched the bill and the supplement designating the non-budget budget:

H.R.4899 – Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2010 BILL TITLE: Providing for consideration of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 4899) making emergency supplemental appropriations for disaster relief and summer jobs for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010 http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h4899/text

Here is the interesting part:   More

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