Nothing has changed, the congress and president are still obscene with the lust of war and plunder.
Meanwhile, a germ theory of government is emerging that explains their alien life form of behavior.
Here is the text of the post two years ago:
The massive military build up and military drills in South America give new meaning to "drill for oil" and "drill baby drill".
Stealthy numbers also seem to be in the growing stealth budget somewhere, hidden from public eyes.
A secret amount in the hundreds of billions of dollars of the taxpayer money is classified each year.
Thus, we never really know what the actual deficit is, but never mind, the amount they tell us about is shocking enough.
The just before Christmas spending bill is out:
The Senate will soon follow the House in passing a $636.3 billion Fiscal Year 2010 defense appropriations bill, the government's largest spending bill. The legislation contains 1,720 earmarks worth $4.2 billion, 17 percent less in number and 14 percent less in value from last year (remember that this is only disclosed earmarks: Major additions such as the $2.5 billion for 10 more C-17 Globemaster cargo planes are not included). The four top Congressional appropriators are responsible for 15 percent of the take: Senate Defense Appropriations Chairman Daniel Inouye (D-HI) sponsored 37 earmarks worth $198.2 million, and Ranking Member Thad Cochran 45 worth $167 million. Over in the House, Defense Appropriations Chairman John Murtha (D-PA) sponsored 23 earmarks worth $76.5 million, while Ranking Member C.W. Bill Young (R-FL) got behind 36 worth $83.7 million.(Taxpayers For Common Sense, emphasis added). We spend more on war machines and war each year, in the non-stealth budget, than all the rest of the world combined.
If we knew the amount they classify (Jekyl & Hyde) then spend on war machines and war each year, in the stealth budget, it would be more than all the rest of the world combined.
They are still hung up on that old domino theory where they have to destroy the economy in order to save it?