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STIMULUS WASTE - Whats your favorite example so far?

http://coburn.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Files.View&FileStore_id=a28a4590-10ac-4dc1-bd97-df57b39ed872 My choice is #30 - Exit Polling Study...in Africa!

Asked By: vinny_says_relax - 4/19/2010
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Saving the mice in the Bay Area of California... More
Answered By: Wait Until You See The Prize! - 4/19/2010
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To republicans- spending taxpayer money ANYWHERE in America is WASTE but Spending taxpayer money to pay off Iraqis so they dont attack us, is GOOD POLICY
Answered By: Dave87gn - 4/19/2010
 
Spending money on those signs that let people know that it was stimulus money that was used to fixed this road. That was just stupid. Those signs cost millions.
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Answered By: Quan - 4/19/2010
 
1. In almost all your examples they are making energy efficient changes which will allow us to lessen our foreign dependence on oil, so not a bad thing... More
Answered By: BShaps - 4/19/2010
 
$1.15 million for installation of a new guardrail for the non-existent Optima Lake in Oklahoma. There is no lake - it’s a dry hole.
Answered By: libsticker - 4/19/2010
 
The Obama administration.~ 2.6 million to study the drinking habits of Chinese hookers.~
Answered By: YAHOO TARGET!!! - 4/19/2010
 
Their website where they track the spending for us all to see. It's full of misinformation and just plain wrong. And it costs millions to run.
Answered By: Philip McCrevice - 4/19/2010
 
I like #12 the broadband map that will be outdated when it is completed for 350 million
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Answered By: Paul Grass™ - 4/19/2010
 
The money that went to made up cities.
Answered By: ss794 - 4/19/2010
 
Nice link. Hard to pick a favorite with so many needless projects A study to see why guys don't like condoms? A study to see if drinking makes college women hook up easier? We already know the answer to these questions. I have to go with the 2 billion given to landlords to fix their income properties.
Answered By: I cant believe this website - 4/19/2010
 
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