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Not to me, missash. The representatives who voted "Yea" however, have lots of 'splainin' to do.

This bill will become the 500-page How-To Manual for passing unfunded pork. (Except the wooden arrows of course--they're critical to all of us.)

And what will the CNBC talking heads have to say when they find out that in spite of the passage of the pork bill, the sky is still falling. They will have TONS of explaining to do.

Of course, that won't happen. They will all claim they were against the bill from the beginning, and with the exception of Rick Santelli, they will be lieing through their teeth. Nothing new about that.

< SIGH >

Dan
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