Automatic cuts could furlough 5,000 at Louisiana military bases
WASHINGTON -- Nearly 5,000 civilians working at Air Force and Army bases in Louisiana could face furloughs if Congress doesn't act to stop automatic spending cuts set to take effect Friday, according to Pentagon reports.
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#1 Feb 23, 2013
too many do nothing jobs added. cull them out and hire a few that has brains and is not bammys boys or communist or muslims.
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