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Donating to Obama -- Against Our Will

The Washington Times reports that the Department of Labor will be giving out $100 million in "grant funding" to states to prevent layoffs by businesses (which, obviously, would damage the President politically). 
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Under the plan, the federal grants will go to states, which will then hand it out to businesses that agree to pay employees as part-time workers, rather than laying them off.  Our tax dollars will be used to supplement the part-time pay so that they receive their full-time salaries.

Obviously, this gambit is a thinly-disguised scheme to use taxpayer money for the President's personal political advantage.  Whether it prevents a higher unemployment rate -- or just reduces the number of disgruntled, laid-off voters in the run up to the election -- it's an abuse of the taxpayer purse.

Who wants to bet that the grants will be targeted primarily at states the President needs to win?

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