Janeane "Katherine Harris" Garofalo wanted to know how Sam was doing after last weeks "plague", was confident that Romney would win, commented on her own history of voter disenfranchisement or "voter cleansing" and explained what are "sex pests" are.
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A central tenet of government finance is that money borrowed over the long term should be spent on projects that will outlast the debt – things like buildings, bridges or other essential infrastructure. That's not what upstate New York's Niagara County did with much of its money from tobacco bonds. Golf carts. Computers. Defibrillators. Portable radios. The money did not go toward the health care costs of smoking – as hoped by framers of the 1998 legal settlement with tobacco companies that has paid billions to states, counties and other governments.