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Sequester-Sized Government Waste Can Go First

Bryan55 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 10:46 AM
Obummer and his team are busy implementing the Cloward/Piven strategy to overwhelm the system. He has absolutely no interest in solving anything. People better wake up!
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 10:58 AM
It is neither Obam's 'plan' nor his associates to implement the Cloward-Piven strategy which if ever such be the case their future would be imperiled... if not terminated.

Instead and since his days in college Obama and those surrounding him have no valid solutions to America's woes. They have many answers but none are applicable than can resolve this nation's self imposed social and economic problems. Obama had no solutions while at Occidental College, Columbia, law student at Harvard, law lecturer at the University of Chicago, Illinois state 'representative', US Senator...and ongoing meteoric rise to the presidency.

His is a community organizer... little else. Such is why his ideas are nonsensical and utterly inapplicable.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel complained today about $8.5 million in cuts for classroom teachers in Wisconsin if the sequester goes through. The Fort Worth Star Telegram was more worthy, saying that the $67.8 million Texas will lose in education funding is doable for the state.

“That's a lot of money,” says Star-Telegram.com, “but the state is scheduled to receive $4.9 billion in federal funds this year, part of a total school spending plan that tops $40 billion when local funds are included. What the White House is talking about is taking away less than a 10th of a...