Americans shouldn’t have to fund a 200 million dollar project to post signs touting the temporary government jobs Obama’s stimulus packages have supposedly created, but that’s exactly what we’re doing. It takes one heck of a narcissistic, arrogant man to waste our money just to put lipstick on a pig that will Never be seen as a wise use of money by the majority of Americans.
These signs are just further proof that Obama’s policies have nothing to do what’s best for the country. It’s all about his egos, and his administration’s belief that the American people are just dumb sheep that only need be nudged into believing that the massive debt accumulated since obama took office is a good thing. Good luck with that Obama. We the people aren’t stupid, and we’re going to take our country back. Democrats and Republicans alike are in for a real shock. The Tea Party movement, and the rest of the country that is sick of Obama destroying our economy, are not going to just go away – not until every one of them is booted out of office and replaced with principled people who know their careers depend on listening to the American people, and giving up their political games.
House Republicans are collecting photos from citizens showing how the Obama administration is using nearly $200 million in taxpayer money to plaster every possible highway with signs touting how stimulus cash is “Putting America to Work” with infrastructure projects.
Rep. Darrell Issa, the ranking Republican member on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, published a new video today inviting citizen watchdogs to send inphotos of the green “Projects Funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” popping up around the country.
Entitled “Signs of a Failed Stimulus: Be a Citizen Watchdog,” the video seeks the investigative help of Americans “fed up with both President Obama’s failed ‘stimulus’ programs and the taxpayer-funded propagandasigns used to promote this $862 billion boondoggle which has not fulfilled its job-creation promises.”
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