Spending other people's money continues to be the favorite activity of members of Congress, according to a new study by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation.
For every single bill introduced to save money, the House of Representatives introduced 22 bills to spend more money and the Senate introduced 30 bills to increase spending, according to the NTUF.
The study compared spending under the 109th Congress to the Nancy Pelosi/Harry Reid-led 110th Congress.
The number of House spending bills (1,078) rose by over one-third since the last Congress, while Senate spending bills grew by nearly 25 percent (to 745), according to the study.
These people are addicted to spending your money. They have to be stopped. You can't go wrong by voting out an incumbent, especially the hypocritical Democrats who fooled you into voting for them in 2006.
Follow the link below for more highlights from the study.
Study: Lawmakers' Bill-Writing Habits Stall Drive for Budget Discipline