It seems Pennsylvania has acquired several more congressional districts according to Recover.gov. Pennsylvania has 19 districts (1 – 19), yet somehow managed to spend 12.6 million tax payer dollars in these non existent districts.
I reported on this deception with a post on Facebook on Tuesday:
That was Tuesday, on Friday the PA GOP finally notices the discrepancy in a email detailing the cost and created jobs from the non existent districts. Good thing they are quick on the uptake.
Pennsylvania has 19 congressional districts numbered sequentially, 1-19. Here is a list of the money spent, listed at the government site recovery.gov, on the Obama administration’s non-existent congressional districts. Too bad the very real money spent in these imaginary districts came straight out of the pockets of hardworking American taxpayers:
· 00th Congressional District – $6,729,345
· 96th Congressional District – $1,960,179
· 21st Congressional District – $1,952,810
· 23rd Congressional District – $1,487,259
· 65th Congressional District – $474,83
It seems that the Obama administration claims to have spent $12.6 million on non-existent congressional districts. With no constituents for these districts to speak of, you can only help but wonder if each of Cinderella’s seven dwarves and the tooth fairy benefited from the alleged 32.2 jobs those funds created. Those living in the 00th Congressional District can be proud that President Obama, Senator Specter and Democratic congressional members for ‘creating’ jobs.
It seems Recovery.gov cleaned up their Pennsylvania page by placing the 12.6 million dollars in an unassigned congressional district.
12.6 Million to 'unassigned congressional districts'
It is time to write a letter to you congressperson asking for the location of the unassigned districts and an accounting for every penny of the 12.6 million dollars. Remember, they work for you, hold them accountable for this theft.