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Crumble: Fact-Checkers, Congress, Voters Reject Obama's Sequester Hype

S. Davis Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 2:08 PM
Probably can't tell you what federal agency I work for, but I've already received my sequestration notice in e-mail. The changes won't take effect until April, but they are in the works. Too many details remain that the muckity-mucks upstairs haven't figured out yet, so we won't know true details until the last minute. Meanwhile, we still collect OT for covering other guy's shifts (I thought we were broke?). The DHS buys thousands of armored vehicles and billions of bullets. The TSA buys $50 million worth of new uniforms and John Kerry still hands out hundreds of million of dollars to countries that hate us. My blood boils.
DSMike Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 2:14 PM
A story that lies directly on the presidents plate.
Bufa Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 2:12 PM
50% of this country has no idea what you are talking about.
Bufa Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 2:14 PM
And they think sequestration is a new game app they can download on their obamaphones.
Really,really sad.

The White House is worried, and rightly so.  People aren't buying President Obama's demagogic campaign of hysteria, mounted in advance his own across-the-board cuts last week.  These "cuts" amount to just over two percent of the 2013 budget and don't even represent a net spending cut over FY 2012.  Obama has been hop-scotching the country warning of imminent agony and doom if these reductions go into effect.  Somehow, nearly a full week after the implementation date, the republic still endures.  The Left's "