Garret Graves Votes To Pass Out the Cash So He Can Look Like He's Strong on Defense


According to Taxpayers for Common Sense, a nonprofit spending watchdog based in Washington, D.C., the House bill passed which Garret Graves voted for on June 16 contains at least $6.7 billion worth of research and armaments that the Defense Department’s leaders DID NOT REQUEST in their February budget proposal. That’s even higher than the $4.6 billion in unwanted expenditures that Congress approved last year.

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