Well, well, well! Looks like the porkulus wasn't quite so evil when Paul Ryan's home district needed some money. The Boston Globe has a nice scoop about Ryan's blatant two-facedness:

After seeking millions of dollars from a federal stimulus program he opposed on grounds it would not help the economy, Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan then appeared on a Boston talk radio program and denied he lobbied the Obama administration for the home state aid.

On October 28, 2010, after the Wisconsin Republican penned at least five letters to two federal departments seeking grants under the Obama administration’s economic recovery package, Ryan responded to a caller on WBZ’s Nightside with Dan Rea who asked if he sought any of the money. Ryan said that he would not vote against something “then write to the government to ask them to send us money.”

Ryan was one of the highest-profile anti-stimulus Republicans. He's also a bold-faced liar.