Friday, October 30, 2009

Doug Hoffman Gets Specific

Doug clarifies his position on "pork-barrel" spending: Hoffman also said that his opponents' claims that he is against earmarks are false. He explained that he is in favor of getting every dollar available for important projects but is against back-room dealing to get unneeded funding.

"I will make sure that all necessary projects are approved, but I will cut out the fat and pork."

Now I finally get it. Doug is against pork for the other guy, but in favor of pork for us. After all, what is unnecessary pork and fat but for what the other guy wants earmarks for?

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