Virginia Foxx Is Against Earmarks, Then For Them, Then Against ThemNorth Carolina Republican U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx has been speaking out against the use of earmarks in congressional legislation for two years now. It might be surprising to her supporters to learn, therefore, that Representative Foxx has maneuvered to get 4.5 million dollars inserted into congressional legislation this year. Foxx says that it's all okay, though, because she's going to stop trying to get earmarks to reward her campaign supporters... sometime later... maybe next year. Virginia Foxx used to be against earmarks, but then she was for them, though she promises to be against them some time in the future. Typical Republican doubletalk. (Source: Official Virginia Foxx congressional web site; Earmarks Watch; Wiston-Salem Journal, December 20, 2007)
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