Skip to comments.USDA awards researchers $1.3 million grant to study ‘Christmas tree rot’
Posted on 12/24/2012 2:00:24 PM PST by oliverdarcy
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved $1.3 million in funds for research on Christmas tree rot, Campus Reform learned on Monday.
According to Chastagner, the top researcher, the size of the grant is unprecedented.
Id suspect its one of the largest grants that anyone has been given to work on Christmas trees, Chastagner told Campus Reform on Monday.
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It’s only fair if they give equal time in another agency to study fungus growth on the hair follicles of Muslim women who wear burkas.
Growing trees is big business so a grant like this is not surprising. And we need not fear that it will cut into the grants and gifts to the Middle Eastern thugs.
Agreed, but then why isn’t the industry funding the study? They could use the money spent on lobbying.
True, but then the industry pays taxes so a few coins flowing the opposite direction can’t be all bad.
Santa Claus Foundation awards researchers $1.3 million grant to study USDA rot
Now I could see this money being used for more important things like politician brain rot.
wonder if there was an equal size donation to the obama re-election campaign....
if so, would that effectively be money laundering ?
Nothing there to rot. Never has been. Never will be.
Where is my 1.3 million?
DISMANTLE the USDA. BIG GOVERNMENT IS CRONY SOCIALISM.
Socialism Is Legal Plunder - Bastiat