McClintock: Sandy aid bill undermines legitimate emergency relief

As the House takes up legislation to provide emergency relief to areas of the North-east that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy, some in Congress are raising warning flags, pointing to a bill that is laden with pork and unnecessary government spending.  If legislators want to waste money, they should do it through appropriations, not by weighing down a measure that seeks to help people in desperate need, says Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif.)

The congressman makes his point on Fox News with host Neil Cavuto: