Legislators love to fund groups back home with the taxpayer’s money. Funding these groups is supposedly the key to re-election. This video only scratches the surface of what happens after a legislator funds a “Green Advocacy Group” group back home in his home state or district.
Henry Lamb, columnist for World Net Daily, writes about the posted video and the amount of taxpayer money going to pay for Green Advocacy Groups:
Here is a summary of legal fees paid to GAGs from your tax dollars (source):
2003 – 10,595 individual payments totaling $1,081,328,420.002004 – 8,161 individual payments totaling $800,450,029.00
2005 – 7,794 individual payments totaling $1,074,131,007.00
2006 – 8,736 individual payments totaling $697,968,132.00
2007 – (first six months only) 6,595 individual payments totaling $1,062,387,142.00
Grand total: 41,881 individual payments totaling $4,716,264,730.00
This outrageous total reflects only the legal fees paid to a handful of GAGs, many of which also receive grants from federal agencies now managed by people who once were executives of GAGs. What a racket. This short video barely scratches the surface of the massive “legal” thievery perpetrated by GAGs every day.