Friday, March 01, 2013


Sucks for you 'merica, but not for us:

The across-the-board reductions set to begin tomorrow might eventually close air-traffic control towers, reduce the number of nutrition vouchers for low-income children and lead to unpaid leave at the Pentagon and other agencies.

The cuts, known as sequestration, will have no impact on the president, U.S. lawmakers and other top government officials. It is especially ironic that Congress, which has the power to avert the reductions, has nothing to lose in the negotiations, said Dan Gordon, former head of federal procurement in the Obama administration. 

“The members of Congress are damaging our country by their refusal to repeal sequestration, and I think the American public would like them to personally feel some of the pain they are imposing,” said Gordon, an associate dean at George Washington University law school in Washington.

Congress is really going to hurt its single digit approval rating.


pansypoo said...

i think obama wqas right to combine star wars + star trk as EVEN COMBINED, it is not moing the grover wing.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'd like them to feel the pain. If you know what I mean . . .

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