Friday, January 30, 2009

Why Democrat (Kanjorski) voted against the "stimulus"

A failure by House Democratic leaders to allow bipartisan input into an $819 billion economic stimulus proposal was a key reason U.S. Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski said he voted against it this week.

Efforts to reach Mr. Kan-jorski, D-11, for comment were unsuccessful, but his office provided a copy of a statement he read on the House floor before the vote.

He said Republicans “raise a reasonable objection that they were not fully included” as the bill was drafted. Republicans echoed the complaint.
So Pelosi has been lying, Naaawwww.

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