Earmarks: The Other White Meat

Friday, February 01, 2008

Transcript

Earmarks were brought to the center of the political spotlight this week in President Bush's State of the Union speech. Once an insider term pertaining to the process of allocating funds, it is now a dirty word synonymous with pork. The Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman explains how this evolution is mostly political and ultimately inaccurate.

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