Shipyard furloughs would hurt workers, impact subs
The prospect of mandatory furloughs is looming on the horizon for civilian workers at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, where work is likely to be deferred on the USS Miami and a freeze on hiring and salary increases is already in place.Read more
#1 Mar 10, 2013
Looks like we can't afford the Subs then doesn't it.
These politicians have been borrowing money for so long they think it is free or pays itself back.
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