Reason.tv: Porkers of the Month for December 2010!

Reason.tv presents Citizen's Against Government Waste’s Porkers of the Month for December 2010:

Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and James Inhofe (R-Okla.)!

After a lopsided election with a strong emphasis on fiscal responsibility, Senate Republicans agreed on a two year moratorium on earmarks. These two refused to go along with the plan, which isn't terribly surprising when you look at their earmark history.

Congratulations Lisa and James, you are Citizen's Against Government Waste's Porkers of the Month for November, 2010!

"Porker of the Month" is written and produced by Austin Bragg. Approximately 1 minute.

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    Speaking of Alaska did they ever get that 'Bridge to Nowhere'?

  • Jeff P||

    This feature really needs to be a centerfold in the physical magazine, an actual gatefold of the offender festooned with infographics.

    Just imagine the buzz, demands for apologies, etc.

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    Actually, Ithink it should be a "fold-in" a la MAD Magazine. With suitably derogatory humor.

  • Clancy||

    Turn-ons: Increased tax rates, crippling regulation and the drug war

    Turn-offs: Life, liberty and the persuit of happiness

  • Tim||

    Murkowksi really is an unstoppable force of nature now.

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    OK, we really need a piece from Nutra-Sweet on this one! $1M for the City of Piedmont?! The whole city is barely worth that!

  • Jeffersonian||

    Inhofe surprises me, but this is in Murkowski's blood. A more determined and unapologetic tax swine shoving her snout into the public trough cannot be found. She needs to be primaried again in 2016, defeated and turned back to private life as a sleazy lobbyist.

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    Is that piece of shit Murkowski technically an (R) after losing the primary? Sure, she'll caucus with them, but if Lieberman is an (I), why isn't she?

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    WITH THE SUGGESTION OF HYPOCRISY ASIDE, WHERE ARE THE DEMOCRAT PORKERS??? WHERE DO THEY STAND ON THE SCALE?

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