$2 million to repair damage to the roofs of museums in Washington, D.C., while many in Hurricane Sandys path still have no roof over their own heads.<quoted text>
please cite what was funded and the amount that you considered pork in the Sandy relief act.
I'm guessing you are just repeating what your programmers at Fox news told you to say and don't have a clue as to what the relief act funded
POLLY WANT A CRACKER
$150 million for fisheries as far away from the storms path as Alaska.
$125 million for the Department of Agricultures Emergency Watershed Protection program, which helps restore watersheds damaged by wildfires and drought.
$20 million for a nationwide Water Resources Priorities Study.
$15 million for NASA facilities, though NASA itself has called its damage from the hurricane minimal.
$50 million in subsidies for tree planting on private properties.
$336 million for taxpayer-supported AMTRAK without any detailed plan for how the money will be spent.
$5.3 billion for the Army Corps of Engineers more than the Corps annual budget with no statement of priorities about how to spend the money.
$12.9 billion for future disaster mitigation activities and studies, without identifying a single way to pay for it.