Sunday, March 21, 2010

Pope Benedict Arnold II

U.S. Representative Bart Stupak (Quisling-MI) after today's cave to the Pelosi House Socialists.

I've said it before and I'll say it again and again and again until people start believing me. I don't care who your Democrat House member is. A vote for him or her is a guaranteed vote for socialism and for America's continuing rapid decline. And just watch what happens to your dwindling income if the Republicans you DIDN'T vote for can't stop this juggernaut.

Like many 'Rats, Stupak was against the "Senate" abortion health bill before he was for it. Like all the rest, he has zero integrity.

Do I have to explain this again, folks?

And Michigan UPers: It's time to get back to your roots. You know what you need to do this November. So do it.

UPDATE: This just in! From Bart Stupak's Congressional website, dateline March 19, 2010. A coincidence? Pop Quiz Question: can you guess whose pocket this money is coming from?

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) announced three airports in northern Michigan have received grants totaling $726,409 for airport maintenance and improvements.  The funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration.

“This federal funding will help these airports better provide critical services to communities in northern Michigan,” Stupak said.  “I am pleased the FAA has made this investment in our local airports and the individuals and businesses they serve.”

Alpena County Regional Airport received a grant of $85,500 to acquire friction measuring equipment, specifically a decelermeter and tow vehicle, to replace equipment that has worn out.

Delta County Airport in Escanaba received a grant of $179,209 to install a 10 foot perimeter fence to enhance security and prevent wildlife from entering the airport.

The Chippewa County International Airport near Sault Ste. Marie received a grant of $461,700 to install lighted signs on Runway 16/34 and make repairs to the pavement to meet marking requirements and maintain structural integrity.

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