Pork Hunter

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Free Housing Everyone!

That is if you are poor, an illegal alien, or a member of such a favored group which the Congress is trying to buy your vote. That is one of the reasons why I refuse to disclose my nationality, race, gender, etc. on the stupid census. They only use to determine how to redistrict. What a crock.

They don't really care you, just in case you didn't know. They want to protect their incumbancy, and I am here to take it away!

Now to get to the nitty-gritty of it all. Rep Ney, Robert W. have brought forth a motion that would "modernize and update the National Housing Act and enable the Federal Housing Administration to use risk-based pricing to more effectively reach underserved borrowers, and for other purposes."

It is HR 5121 (in the Senate it is S.3535). It was voted on July 25, 2006, and it needed a 2/3 vote to pass. Quite handily, I'm afraid. [Here are their cosponsors (106)] I'm not quite sure yet what this is, but in case you would like all the information: House Reports: 109-589.

There were only 7 Republicans who voted against this pork-buster. They are Culberson, Duncan, Flake, Hensarling, Inglis (SC), Paul, and Ed Royce of California. (I campaigned for him as a volunteer. Great guy.)

There were 415 people voting, so when you subtract the 7 you end up with many anti-capitalist, anti-capitalists and/or power hungry people who desire to spend more of our money on a failed socialist program. This was a motion to suspend the Rules and pass, as amended.

Why does it bother me that people are receiving the help they desparately need? Do I have a heart of ice, or what? Let me put it to you this way. When I was homeless, I didn't ask for a thing. Maybe a meal, but I went to a Church for that. I wasn't on your welfare programs, and I certainly wasn't in any of your housing projects! This motivated me to get back up off the ground.

These geniuses in Congress have decided that people who do not contribute to society should have a free house. No kidding. Why? When I cannot to pay for a home for myself, please tell me why I should pay for your home for you?

If I am forced to pay for someone else's house, how is that reasonable and just? How can you explain to me why I should pay anything for you? You don't own my money, I do.

If you believe you have a right to put your hand in my pocket, then I have a few rights and rules I'd like to lay down for you! No more abortions. Child support? Oh no! You are getting married if I have to get out ol' Sally! You're to be at Church every week. You are to raise your child with manners so as not to interrupt adults whilst they partake in a conversation, and I could go on, but I'm quite afraid I will lose my audience! lol.

There is much work to do. Yes, Congresswoman MM voted for this amendment. Did I really forget to mention that? Oops. :)

Category: Congress.

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