Hi Homer,<quoted text>The fact that neither party would vote for it tells me it was probably a pretty good budget.
It raised taxes which the Reps do not want and it cut spending which the Dems don't want.
Mystery of Sarasota Saudis deepens as Justice moves to end lawsuit citing national security
By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers
A senior FBI official has told a Fort Lauderdale federal judge that disclosure of certain classified information about Saudis who hurriedly left their Sarasota area home shortly before the attacks on 9/11 would reveal current specific targets of the FBIs national security investigations.
Records Section Chief David M. Hardys assertion is contained in a sworn 33-page declaration filed in support of a Justice Department motion that seeks to end a Freedom of Information lawsuit filed last year by BrowardBulldog.org .
The governments latest court filings, thick with veiled references to foreign counterintelligence operations and targets, deepen the mystery about a once-secret FBI investigation of Esam and Deborah Ghazzawi and their tenants, son-in-law and daughter, Abdulaziz and Anoud al-Hijji.
The filings by Miami Assistant U.S. Attorney Carole M. Fernandez also seek to justify in the name of national security numerous deletions of information from FBI records about the decade-old investigation that were released recently amid the ongoing litigation.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/06/03/3430633...
(things that make you go: hmmmm...)