Not satisfied with the $790 Billion they flushed down the toilet two weeks ago, the Democrats are about to shove through another spending bill. They're spending our money like the Beverly Hillbillies. And they don't want us to know what they're spending it on:
House minority leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) called upon the Speaker Thursday to release the voluminous spending bill online without delay. "If Democratic leaders plan to schedule a vote on the half-trillion dollar omnibus spending bill next week, they should post the legislation online immediately so the American people have adequate time to read the measure and understand what is in it," Boehner said. "My colleagues in the Republican leadership and I made this request two weeks ago, and to date, our request has gone unanswered. Time is running short, and American taxpayers deserve to know how their hard-earned tax dollars will be used under this legislation."
Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), the House Republican Conference chairman, joined Boehner in asking again - apparently in vain -- for an open process from the secretive Democrat leadership this time around. "More than two weeks ago, House Republicans called on Speaker Pelosi to post online the text of the upcoming half-trillion dollar 'omnibus' spending bill, bringing it out of the shadows and before the American people," Pence said. "So far, that call has gone unanswered. Democrats continue to spend the people's money in secret. I renew my call for Speaker Pelosi and Chairman Obey to immediately post the text of this bill online, and allow the American people an opportunity to see how their tax dollars are being spent. As we recently learned, legislation negotiated in secret produces bad public policy. This can be avoided. We need to reopen the appropriations process to the American public."
The soon to be minority of people who are paying the taxes in this country will at some point revolt. Why should they work hard just to be used as an ATM for the rest of Americans who don't pay taxes? They don't have to take to the streets and riot; instead, they can quietly deny the government their talents and effort.
Hat tip: RedState