Hurricane Sandy aid: Some worried South Carolina Rep. could jeopardize passage (via NJ.com)

View full size U.S. Rep Mick Mulvaney (R-South Carolina). Courtesy of Mick Mulvaney’s office WASHINGTON — One person standing between New Jersey and disaster relief is Rep. Mick Mulvaney, a South Carolina Republican who once benefited from aid for the same kind of loan he is now questioning. The…



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  1. sheknows January 15, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    What is he talking about? We certainly cannot have spending cuts every time there is a devasting storm or drought in this country. In case he hasn’t been paying attention to our climate trend…. expect more nasty weather.
    Perhaps we should start a “storm tax” on some of the large oil companies, and huge corporations. Close some of those BIG loopholes.
    The way things look climate-wise in our country, we had better come up with a way to get that money without taking it from those who already need it.