I was not at all quiet about my displeasure of Stephanie’s vote for the $787 stimulus aka C.R.A.P. bill. When I questioned her on it, she said that she was able to vote ‘yes’ because, unlike the TARP, the C.R.A.P. had the oversight needed to avoid wasteful spending.
So, read for yourself, the kind of stimulus, or as Michelle Malkin puts it : ‘smut-ulus’, that Stephanie is overseeing:
· $25,000 to the San Francisco Cinematheque in San Francisco, California. The website’s calendar states that next season will be announced in the weeks ahead but the News tab describes recent Co-presentations such as a documentary on “the legendary underground filmmakers Mike & George Kuchar” and thier film “Thundercrack” of which a reviewer raves: “Witness if you dare, the world’s only underground kinky art porno horror film, complete with four men, three women and a gorilla. Ecstasy so great that all heaven and hell becomes just one big old Shangri-La!” First mention on the website’s Archives tab is Treasures IV: American Avant-Garde Film which includes Peyote Queen. Peyote Queen is billed as: “A classic of the psychedelic tendency … An attempt to visually render the wealth of kaleidoscope visions of peyote, the hallucinogenic cactus ritually used by the Indians of New Mexico” … an “… exploration in the colour of ritual, in the colour of thought, a journey in the depths of sensorial disorder, of the inner vision, where mysteries are represented in the theatre of the soul.”
· $25,000 to Jess Curtis/Gravity, Inc. in San Francisco, California. One of their most recent works is the Symmetry Project where nude couples are mounted on each other in various poses. Note in the first pictures nude children are present with nude adults.
I guess for Stephanie, her view of wasteful spending oversight wasn’t quite the kind she promoted during the 2008 election.
When you lie down with dogs, it doesn’t matter what color you are, especially in partisan politics.