Infograph: Sequestration Could Affect Over 7,000 Jobs in Suffolk
Over 7,000 jobs in Suffolk County could be affected on March 1 if sequestration takes affect, according to numbers provided by Eye on Washington, a D.C.-based lobbying firm that tracks federal employment.
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#1 Mar 1, 2013
liar, liar pants on fire !
THE SKY IS NOT FALLING DON'T RUN TELL ANYONE.
If the moron in da white house and members of congress had studied economics instead of wasting time on negro history they would have learned we have to make cuts in spending or go broke.
there is an axiom in economics which states.
" WHAT YOU TAX YOU GET LESS OF WHAT YOU SUBSIDIZE YOU GET MORE OF"
Now look around your city, county ,state & country and you see the results of 53 years( 1960 to 2013) of more spending more government give a ways too many taxes over regulation of business and aggressive union bully tactics.
oh we have way too many unmarried welfare queens, illegal immigrants and too few jobs.
thanks a lot liberals
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