Dirty Spending Secrets


Washington liberals don’t want you to know . . .

It’s the seedy underbelly of Washington, D.C. The hallways of Congress are often dark alleys of wasteful spending and pork-laden deal-making. Down these lanes, shadowy special interests and empire-building bureaucracies lie in wait to relieve innocent taxpayers of their hard-earned money. They spend billions on wasteful programs, pet projects, and the accumulation of personal power. They threaten to bankrupt our country as our national debt soars out of control.

The victims often don’t even know it’s happening. Many don’t realize how bad it is. Do you?

Take the following test to see if you can detect five of the dirty spending secrets Washington doesn’t want you to know . . .



4 Responses to “Dirty Spending Secrets”

  1. chleaks.com Says:

    Did you know that the US government pumped in millions of dollars to a small organization located in Brooklyn, New York going by the name Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. (CHJCC) and none of that money is accounted for?

  2. chleaks.com Says:

    Did you know that the millions the government gave to a small organization located in Brooklyn, New York going by the name Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. (CHJCC) went to fill private individual fat pockets and did not go to help the poor and needy?

  3. chleaks.com Says:

    Did you know that while the white beards in the CHJCC were robbing the US government of millions allocated to help the poor and needy of the Crown Heights community, they were distracting you and me with stupidity?

  4. Wasteful spending: Half million to study why Monkeys throw feces Says:

    This is definitely worth reading, just make sure you are sitting down when you read that we spent an easy half million to find out why monkeys throw feces:

    CBN — A recent report released by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., gives a hundred examples from just last year. …

    More federal funding in the amount of $593,000 went to a primate research center to study where in chimpanzees’ brains they get the idea to throw their feces.
    A Virginia university received $55,000 to study Jordanian students’ water pipe smoking habits.
    A new grant of $176,000 joined $350,000 already spent to study how cocaine hurts or helps the sex drive of Japanese quail.

    While some people complain about government cuts, Leslie Paige, media director for Citizens Against Government Waste, said hardly any government program is rarely downsized.

    “We never cut anything. There’s hardly ever anything cut. In fact, the budget goes up by five percent and we’re still spending money on junk like this,” she said.

    More examples:

    A museum of magic received $147,000 to study the audiences of magic shows.
    More than $550,000 of U.S. taxes went to the production of a documentary on how rock bands contributed to the fall of the Soviet empire.

    “Now I might actually be interested in that. I’d like to know which groups did the most to bring down the evil empire. I just don’t think the federal government needs to be spending money on this,” Knudsen said.

    Paige said such profligate spending, magnified by many billions, could cause America’s downfall.

    “We’re $15.3 trillion in debt, and we’re giving money to people to study the collapse of the Soviet Union. I mean I think it’s so ironic,” she pointed out.

    A television production of a Pakistani version of PBS’ “Sesame Street” has already cost tax payers $10 million and $20 million more has already been budgeted.

    READ MORE: http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/finance/2012/February/Ridiculous-Govt-Spending-List-Grows-Longer-/

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