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339 days ago.
by BeRight
BeRight
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The Sequester is nothing more than small decrease in the rate of increase in federal spending OVER 10 YEARS. President Obama should be the one to choose where the $85 billion in cuts should come from THIS YEAR since THE SEQUESTER was HIS IDEA TO BEGIN WIT

The President needs to lead on this issue he created instead of campaigning against it.

 
 

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BeRight

The Ditherer-in-Chief gave a speech and was bad mouthing the Sequester again and reminded us again of all the damage it did to the economy. Really? Maybe he should have reminded us again of all the things he said it was going to do not the things that never happened. He also reminded all that Obamacare was cool and the Republicans were not.

Posted 339 days ago.

thegreek

Hear hear BeRight.. Well said.

Posted 346 days ago.

BeRight

So we need to have furloughs of Gov’t employees because of the Sequester but we have enough leftover cash to send warships into an area of the world where we do not belong and has strategic purpose. We also have enough cash left over to prepare a missile or bombing campaign against a leader of a country, not to take the guy out, but to teach him a lesson. And, we have enough money to do this all on our own because the hypocrite in chief no longer has any friends.

Posted 347 days ago.

BeRight

Secretary Chuck Hagel said yesterday that since the Military was finally forced to manage their budgets, the sequester will have little affect on their operations. Obama's sky is falling speeches were a bunch of hooey

Posted 379 days ago.

BeRight

Latest economic report out yesterday indicated that the Sequester had little or no impact on the economy so another gloom and doom prediction by the administration did not materialize.

What a bunch of hooey.

Posted 385 days ago.

BeRight

The Washington Post examined 48 dire predictions that the Obama administration made about the $85 billion in forced budget cuts that hit on March 1. Half did not come true. In another 13 cases, it’s too soon to tell. Only 11 of the predictions were on the mark.

The predictions were averted because Congress and the administration did what any competent manager would do: make intelligent, surgical budget cuts that minimized sequestration’s effects.

Got to laugh at this one: The Justice Department was able to cut $45 million tagged to house detainees “who didn’t actually exist”

Posted 411 days ago.

BeRight

Today Obama’s administration found 7 Billion dollars to set up windmills and green power in Africa but can't find a dime to have White House tours for elementary students. What a bunch of hooey. This coming month DCSC in Columbus and Dayton will be laying off workers because this administration won’t allow them to manage their budgets in a way to avoid layoffs. Obama wants maximum pain inflicted on the citizens in an effort to put the blame on someone else. More Hooey.

Posted 416 days ago.

thegreek

You of all people call others know nothing experts.. WOW.. you are brain dead.

Posted 438 days ago.

BeRight

BBB

Posted 438 days ago.

thegreek

That is not made up.. An observation of the obvious.

Posted 438 days ago.

thegreek

They're probably already punching themselves in the face. After all, they did want to burn the NRA HQ to the ground and drag the NRA president and vp thru the streets.

Posted 439 days ago.

BeRight

A government watchdog’s look at the scandal-hit IRS agency’s books found that it spent around $50 million on more than 200 conferences for employees between 2010 and 2012, according to the House Oversight Committee. Every single gov't agency has this same sort of issue because no one manages anything. They just spend

Posted 439 days ago.

BeRight

A government watchdog’s look at the scandal-hit agency’s books found that it spent around $50 million on more than 200 conferences for employees between 2010 and 2012, according to the House Oversight Committee. Every single gov't agency has this same sort of issue because no one manages anything. They just spend

Posted 440 days ago.

thegreek

Best thing you could do Munster is shut the he ll up !!!

Posted 442 days ago.

BeRight

MSNBC and Ed Schultx spent days re-inforcing the gloom and doom per BO of the sequester that has not happened. So who is continuing down the path of ignorance ?

Posted 442 days ago.

BeRight

if you have a Prius your not listening to Fox Radio.

Posted 444 days ago.

BeRight

NOAA has canceled plans to furlough 12,000 workers due to sequestration after securing “an increase in flexibility” to handle its budget cuts, according to a memo sent to agency employees yesterday from acting NOAA Administrator Kathy Sullivan. In her memo, Sullivan said the Commerce Department had transmitted a plan to Congress that will avoid all furloughs at NOAA.

Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Again this proves the BO and the se Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Again this proves the BO and the sequester was a bunch of hooeee.

Another BO, BS, gloom and doom story busted again.

Posted 445 days ago.

BeRight

typo:NOAA has canceled plans to furlough 12,000 workers due to sequestration after securing “an increase in flexibility” to handle its budget cuts, according to a memo sent to agency employees yesterday from acting NOAA Administrator Kathy Sullivan. In her memo, Sullivan said the Commerce Department had transmitted a plan to Congress that will avoid all furloughs at NOAA. Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Again this proves that BO and the sequester was a bunch of hooeee. Another BO, BS, gloom and doom story busted again.

Posted 445 days ago.

BeRight

NOAA has canceled plans to furlough 12,000 workers due to sequestration after securing “an increase in flexibility” to handle its budget cuts, according to a memo sent to agency employees yesterday from acting NOAA Administrator Kathy Sullivan. In her memo, Sullivan said the Commerce Department had transmitted a plan to Congress that will avoid all furloughs at NOAA.

Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Again this proves the BO and the se Wow! They were given permission to manage their agency. Again this proves the BO and the sequester was a bunch of hooeee.

Another BO, BS, gloom and doom story busted again.

Posted 445 days ago.

luvthesouth

well... back outside after a popsicle break.

Posted 448 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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