Dems 26 Billion Union Bailout Will Be Used For Liberal Political Ads Paid For By The Taxpayers

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), appearing on Hannity, said the Pelosi $26 billion union bailout  will allow additional funding for public employee unions to run ads against the GOP in the upcoming election on the taxpayers’ dime.

This is just more of that change we were promised.  When these idiots are finished using all my money against me, change is all I will have left.

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