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Mr Favors is instant Favorite, While Neumann Brings Awarness To Pork Barrel Spending

Written By Liberty Bell Press Online on Thursday, March 22, 2012 | 12:12 PM

Mr Favors is Instant Favorite, While Neumann Brings Awarness To Pork Barrel Spending
 

Former Rep. Mark Neumann (R-WI)  Mr Favors is Neumanns pig who he brings aroung to bring awarness of government theft of the tax payer dollar. Let's call a spade a spade. That is why Mr Favors is instant favorite as Neumann brings awarness to "pork barrel spending" .

Neumann, who is running for Senate, brought out a piglet named named “Mister Favors” to make a point about cutting spending in government. “I think it draws attention to pork barrel spending and just how much waste there is in the federal government,” the Republican candidate explained. “We call him Mr. Favors because when you really look at this pork, it really turns out to be favors to constituents from so many members of congress and it’s got to be stopped if we want to fix the problems facing this country.” Funny, like on cue as Neumann talks cutting budgets....the pig squels...isnt that the truth. Mark Neumann is the candidate for those who want to fix the budget in washington.

Having heard Mark speak on occasions, and my friend following his Congressional career as a former constituent of his, I can say with much honesty that Mark isn't a go-along-to-get-along kind of guy. Unless, he's trying to get along with people like Rand Paul and Jim DeMint; two Senators who also endorsed Mark like Coburn. I know Rand Paul grilled his record with much needed scrutiny before the good Senator gave his endorsement. But another thing I also like about Mark, aside from his Paul stamp of approval, he was actually kicked off the House Appropriations committee for being too conservative and not voting to spend money that we didn't have to spend. If that is considered trying to get-along, Neumann sure did a pretty bad job there. But another important thing that MUST be taken into consideration is...

*Mark Neumann  changed the culture in Washington DC.
 *He was kicked off Appropriations for demanding that Congress declare war before going to war  in Bosnia. He led the revolt of Freshman Repubs against the Gingrich establishment that placed him BACK on Approps as well as Budget - from that vantage, he balanced the budget for the first time since 1969.Yep, I'd say he is one of the ONLY people in the last 50 years who has changed the culture for the better. Below is the single best article about any politician I've ever read, including Ron Paul.
 Mark has never given a crap about "the game" in DC. Read for yourself, circa 1996:
 http://www.nytimes.com/1996/11/03/magazine/adventures-of-a-republican-revolutionary.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm

EXAMPLES OF THE GOVERNMETN PORK BARREL SPENDING

$107,000 to study the sex life of the Japanese quail.
$1.2 million to study the breeding habits of the woodchuck.
$150,000 to study the Hatfield-McCoy feud.
$84,000 to find out why people fall in love.
$1 million to study why people don't ride bikes to work.
$19 million to examine gas emissions from cow flatulence.
$144,000 to see if pigeons follow human economic laws.
Funds to study the cause of rudeness on tennis courts and examine smiling patterns in bowling alleys.
$219,000 to teach college students how to watch television.
$2 million to construct an ancient Hawaiian canoe.
$20 million for a demonstration project to build wooden bridges.
$160,000 to study if you can hex an opponent by drawing an X on his chest.
$800,000 for a restroom on Mt. McKinley.
$100,000 to study how to avoid falling spacecraft.
$16,000 to study the operation of the komungo, a Korean stringed instrument.
$1 million to preserve a sewer in Trenton, NJ, as a historic monument.
$6,000 for a document on Worcestershire sauce.
$10,000 to study the effect of naval communications on a bull's potency.
$100,000 to research soybean-based ink.
$1 million for a Seafood Consumer Center.
$57,000 spent by the Executive Branch for gold-embossed playing cards on Air Force Two.
Total: $ 45,980,000

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