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    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:15:46 AM EST
    Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, front row second left, and his new Cabinet members stand together for an official group photo session at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo Friday, Jan. 13, 2012. Front row from left are: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Michihiko Kano, Noda, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of social security and tax reform Katsuya Okada and Financial and Postal Services Minister Shozaburo Jimi. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
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    Posted: 1/13/2012 6:50:49 AM EST
    Japan's new Deputy Prime Minister in charge of social security and tax reform Katsuya Okada speaks on a mobile phone as he leaves the prime minister's official residence for the Imperial Palace to attend the attestation ceremony in Tokyo, Friday, Jan. 13, 2012. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda replaced five members of his Cabinet on Friday in a bid to win more cooperation from the opposition to raise the sales tax and rein in the country's bulging fiscal deficit. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 5:54:31 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice PM Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice PM Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 5:28:05 AM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS /Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice PM Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice PM Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 5:27:05 AM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda speaks during news conference at Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda speaks during news conference at Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 5:08:05 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda speaks during news conference at Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda speaks during news conference at Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 5:05:57 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda speaks during a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda walks past newly-appointed Vice PM Okada and his cabinet members as he attends news conference at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda walks past newly-appointed Vice PM Okada and his cabinet members as he attends news conference at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 4:53:57 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (2nd R) walks past newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada (L) and his cabinet members as he attends a news conference at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda walks away in front of newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and his cabinet members after posing for photo at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda walks away in front of newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and his cabinet members after posing for photo at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 3:50:51 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C) walks away in front of newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada (front 2nd R) after posing for a group photo with other cabinet members at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Noda walks at prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Noda walks at prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 3:38:46 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda, newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and his cabinet members prepare to pose for photo at the PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda, newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and his cabinet members prepare to pose for photo at the PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 3:35:56 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C), newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada (R) and his cabinet members prepare to pose for a photo at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's PM Noda, newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and cabinet members prepare to pose for photo at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Noda, newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada and cabinet members prepare to pose for photo at PM's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 3:34:12 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (front C), newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada (front 2nd R) and cabinet members prepare to pose for a photo at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Noda walks at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Noda walks at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 2:27:09 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda walks at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada is silhouetted as he uses mobile phone at prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Okada is silhouetted as he uses mobile phone at prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 2:24:08 AM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada is silhouetted as he uses a mobile phone at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada, uses a mobile phone as he walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada, uses a mobile phone as he walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/13/2012 12:34:01 AM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada, uses a mobile phone as he walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada arrives at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada arrives at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/12/2012 11:33:27 PM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada arrives at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/12/2012 11:13:35 PM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Vice Prime Minister Katsuya Okada walks at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo January 13, 2012. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda appointed fiscal hawk Katsuya Okada as his deputy in charge of tax and social security reform on Friday, signalling determination to forge ahead with sales tax increases despite a deadlocked parliament. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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    Posted: 1/2/2012 7:50:45 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011 photo, Nita Hargis, right, and Eva Austin sit and talk in a common room at the Neighborhood Recreation Center in North Las Vegas, Nev. With the city facing a budget crisis, the fate of the center remains unknown. Living on meager Social Security checks, Hargis and Austin spend time daily at the center depending on the center's $1.50 hot lunch and the companionship they find in ceramics class. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 10:50:47 AM EST
    In this Dec. 20, 2011, file photo, President Barack Obama speaks during the news briefing at the White House. If President Barack Obama, the House and the Senate all want to extend a Social Security payroll tax cut and jobless benefits through next year, why are they fighting so bitterly over doing it? Obama, House Democrats and lopsided majorities of both parties in the Senate want to immediately renew the tax cut and jobless benefits for the next two months, and find a way later to extend them through 2012. House Republicans want to do it for a full year right away. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 10:05:46 AM EST
    Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks on his cell phone just off the floor of the Senate as the body votes to approve legislation that extends Social Security payroll tax cuts for two months, at the Capitol in Washington, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. The action also extends long-term unemployment benefits for another two months and forces President Barack Obama to approve construction of a controversial oil pipeline. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)


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