Tom Borelli Discusses the Stimulus on WBAL-Baltimore Saturday Morning

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By David Almasi:

Tom Borelli, PhD, director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, will be a guest of Bruce Elliott on WBAL-Baltimore at 8:35 am eastern on Saturday (February 7) to discuss the Senate’s so-called economic stimulus legislation.

In a press release earlier this week, Tom said about the legislation:

In reality it’s a left-wing spending plan masquerading as economic stimulus. Only about 5 percent of the current bill will be used for infrastructure costs while millions of dollars are earmarked for other pet projects, such as renovations for the Department of Commerce headquarters, digital television coupons, the National Endowment for the Arts and the liberal group ACORN…

The plan is really a rewards program for the left-wing groups that got Obama elected. The only thing stimulating about this plan is the anger it’s arousing among Americans.

In the Baltimore-Washington area, WBAL can be found at 1090 AM.

You can also listen to Tom from anywhere in America by going to the WBAL web site and clicking the “Listen Live” tab that can be found at the top left of the page.

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