1...GIVEAWAYS TO LABOR UNIONS
Organized labor has benefited hugely from Washington’s attentiveness. To Barack Obama’s credit, he has never tried to hide his preference for union labor:
And nearly 30 years later, Bob bought the company. Today, it is in its 70th year of operation, it is employee-owned, it continues to grow. We’ve got a unionized workforce that — where folks who put in a hard day’s work get a living wage that allows them to support a family. 
These are simple ideas. These are American ideas. These are union ideas. That’s what we’re fighting for. 
The consequences of this favoritism range from August 2010’s $26 billion “Teacher Jobs” bill, to the delay of the health care bill’s Cadillac Tax, to the Recovery Act’s Davis-Bacon wage requirements (see: The Recovery Act Fraud You Don’t Know About), to the use of TARP funds to bail out union pensions (see: Special Interests: Are Obama’s Bigger?). The list of giveaways is long, but we can stop adding to it on Tuesday.
2...AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
On October 19, 2010, the president signed the Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans. This should be a strong warning to taxpayers, as Mr. Obama also advocates passage of the DREAM Act, a gateway amnesty bill that opens the door for states to offer in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants.
There is strong Democratic support for the DREAM Act. Nancy Pelosi was clearly vexed in September 2010 when the Defense Authorization Bill in which the DREAM Act was secreted failed to pass:
In casting a vote against the defense bill, Republicans also betrayed our history of generations of immigrants who came to our shores seeking a better life and striving to take part in the American dream. The Dream Act would allow hundreds of thousands of young people to get an education and serve in our military. And it is a critical step toward our ultimate goal: comprehensive immigration reform. 
After Congress passes the DREAM Act, amnesty comes next. Harry Reid strongly supports Charles Schumer’s (D-NY) approach to dealing with illegal immigration  through a mass grant of citizenship:
All illegal aliens present in the United States on the date of enactment of our bill must quickly register their presence with the United States Government—and submit to a rigorous process of converting to legal status and earning a path to citizenship—or face imminent deportation. 
It is a fraud on taxpayers to propose legislation to allow states to offer in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants, or to grant citizenship in exchange for the privilege of attending our taxpayer-subsidized schools. To follow this up with mass amnesty would be a travesty we can prevent on Tuesday.
3...SPENDING BILLIONS WITHOUT TAXPAYER KNOWLEDGE OR APPROVAL
In John Boehner’s Republican address on Saturday, October 30, 2010, Mr. Boehner discussed the Pledge to America’s “Read the Bill” reform, which gives taxpayers a three-day review period before Congress votes to spend our money.
Secreting controversial spending in massive, unread bills is a Washington tradition that needs to stop, given the enormous debt with which we have been saddled. Obvious infractions since January 2009 are legend, and include stashing $36 billion in Pell Grant spending in the health care bill. Less obvious ploys that cost us money include the Davis-Bacon provisions added to the Recovery Act. Taxpayers have a right to know what their money is going to, and on Tuesday, we can make sure that we do.
1..Remarks by the President on the Economy in Beltsville, Maryland. Stromberg Metal Works, Beltsville, Maryland. October 29, 2010.
2..Remarks by the President at Laborfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Henry Maier Festival Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. September 6, 2010.
3..Pelosi Statement After Senate Republicans Vote to Block Debate on Defense Authorization Bill. September 21, 2010.
4..United States Senator for Nevada Harry Reid. Federal Action On Immigration Reform Needed to Protect Our Economic and National Security. April 29, 2010.
5..Senator Charles E. Schumer. United States Senator for New York. Schumer Announces Principles for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill In Works In Senate. June 24, 2009.