Colonel: cuts likely affect most OH base civilians
A military leader at Ohio's largest military installation says most civilian workers at the southwest Ohio base are likely to lose pay if anticipated defense spending cuts go into effect.
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#1 Feb 24, 2013
Tough shit and too bad. They thought and said that it was neat and sweet, when "we" had to compete, these Pentagon porker military media 'hos who used to ridicule as a fool, H. Ross Perot, because he just did not known about CAFTA and NAFTA and freed trade with Mexico.
#3 Mar 2, 2013
The commies are gonna get us! The commies are gonna get us!
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