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Obama's Paycheck Will be Exempt from Sequester

Rick676 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 7:28 AM
Doesn't he get paid to govern? All he does is campaign, so maybe his campaign funds should cover his "salary" until he actually does his job.
alphonsejones Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 7:41 AM
that means he owes the treasury his entire pay for the first term that he served. He refuses to meet with elected repubs but found plenty of time to invite malik shabazz to numerous gatherings at the white house. Which raises the question, why is he even talking to the racist who runs the new black panther party

And he won't sit down with Boehner to discuss the budget but does sit down with the racist minister al dullton to discuss how federal monies should be spent

So although thousands of federal employees may be furloughed after the sequester takes place, don’t fear, President Obama won’t see a pay cut. The Budget Control Act, which was signed into law by Obama in 2011, will take affect on March 1st. The President will be exempt from the effects of the sequestration, which he has threatened will be devastating.

A report published last month by the Congressional Research Service--“Budget Sequestration and Selected Program Exemptions and Special Rules"--identifies certain programs that are exempt from sequestration and lays out special rules that govern the sequestration of others.

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