One of the members of Congress who is most outspoken against earmarking and discretionary spending finds something in her own state that falls into those categoriesan airplane the military says it does not need. <SNIP> McCaskill is disappointed Congress has refused to set up a special commission to enforce fiscal discipline. Thats how we got into this mess, saying yes to everybody and refusing to say no. But what she will say no to is the Pentagons plan to stop buying C-17 cargo planes. Parts for them are made by about 900 Boeing workers in St. Louis. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the military already has too many of them. But McCaskill says it needs more. READ MORE McCaskill makes an exception Both Senators McCaskill AND Bond say they will fight to force the federal government to buy more planes for the military.