2 comments on “One More Reason to Vote For Ron Paul

  1. You had me echoing your sentiments until I read the line: “Congressman Paul’s efforts helped to land nearly $50,000,000 in appropriations for crucial projects in this part of Texas last year.”

  2. That does seem like a lot until you consider that it makes up .05% (.0005) of the entire discretionary outlay of 2006 (pdf).

    He is one of 435 members of the house, which means he makes up .23% (.0023) of the house. So, his spending is about 1/5 of his representation, which I don’t feel bad about.

    Especially since he’s in Texas and everything’s supposed to be bigger in Texas. :)

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