Thursday, November 8, 2012

This is How it Works Now

Philadelphia thinks they lead the entitlement charge, and they see nothing sorted about that:
"The numbers coming out of Philly were really significant," he said. "I don't know how much [federal] money is going to be available, but I would think that Mayor Nutter and the congressional delegation should be at the front of the list."
What was it that President John F. Kennedy was best known for?  Oh yeah... "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."  Philadelphia, and the supporters of the Democrat party have become the absolute antithesis of such sentiment, and they will never contemplate the consequences.

 Not only that, but there is an open opinion here that suggests (no...concludes) that voting for the current president guarantees taxpayer money.  This in its own right is institutional cronyism right out in the open (and expected).  It, also, concludes that states and organizations not supporting the current president are not entitled to the same assistance. 

Which political party is the partisan one again?

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