NYT: Obama Will Propose $50 Billion in Sandy Relief

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New York, Connecticut and New Jersey are pushing for $82 billion to help rebuild and fortify in the aftermath of Sandy and other storms. The New York Times is reporting that the White House will propose around $50 billion for all states affected by the storm that walloped the East Coast last month.

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One thought on “NYT: Obama Will Propose $50 Billion in Sandy Relief

  1. Da Troof

    A liberal like Obama never misses a chance to give away money we don’t have. When does the tab come due for all this runaway spending?

    Socialism ceases to work when you run out of other people’s money. We’ve run out of money. We’re BROKE people.

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