Friday, August 12, 2005


By Stockton

President Bush is set to sign a $286.4 Billion dollar highway bill. Most of the money will be allocated to widening access roads to National Cemeteries such as Arlington in order to help facilitate military burials.

"There's been an uptick in military deaths recently," said a Bush spokesperson. "We just want to ensure that the families burying their dead do not have to wait in long lines at the cemetery gates. It's the least we can do for our military families."

Bush defended the spending saying, "Unlike the Democrats, we're going to use the Federal Government to help create jobs. That's the conservative way."

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