Feds' furloughs: Region to feel sequestration's impact
The price of a dysfunctional national government will soon hit home in our region as thousands of Defense Department civilian employees face the equivalent of a 20-percent weekly pay cut for almost three months.
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#1 May 18, 2013
Most of them are over paid, pampered and not very
hardworking employees anyway so a little vacation
and some reduced pay is not too much to ask.
Maybe they should have thought twice about the vote they cast for a dump as crap President who
cares not about them or their families.
Remember this sequester thing was the Presidents
idea and remember that he lied during a debate that this would never happen - and boom there it is!
#3 May 19, 2013
Hey cry baby JWR, can't you go one day without bitching about something that clearly is over you tiny pointy head? Stfu already with your stupidities.
#4 May 19, 2013
There's no money left to spend because GM stiffed us! If they would kindly pay back all the money we have them, there would be more than enough to go around.
#5 May 19, 2013
That's why you cant trust most blacks.
#6 May 19, 2013
#8 May 20, 2013
Bollocks to you and yours.
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