Wednesday, December 19, 2007

The Solid South Saves Spending

While some questions on government spending create divisions based on political philosophy, others coalesce around geographic interests. Thus, this map demonstrates that U.S. Senators from the largely Republican south led the effort to save programs offering farm subsidies based on economic realities from the 1930's. Most of this money now goes as corporate welfare to large agricultural conglomerates, and the notion of their continuance is intellectually bankrupt.

1 Comments:

Blogger Mary Beth said...

I don't get it. This is bad, right? So why is it posted on a blog called Conservatives For Corker?

11:03 AM  

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