Jack Welch Sets Twitter Ablaze with Obama Job Jab – Yahoo “Jack Welch, the former chairman of General Electric Co, provoked cries of outrage in Washington on Friday when he suggested that the White House manipulated September job figures for political gains. White House officials dismissed as ‘ludicrous’ a tweet Welch sent to his more than 1.3 million followers that gave the impression President Barack Obama’s administration may have rigged the data as a way of recovering from a poor showing at Wednesday night’s debate with Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger for the White House. ‘Unbelievable jobs numbers…these Chicago guys will do anything…can’t debate so change numbers,’ Welch said in a posting on Twitter. Obama formerly served as a senator from Illinois.”
The Tipping Point for Global Debt – My Budget 360 “Total global needs to grow to $213 Trillion by 2020 just to sustain current growth. It is hard to remove debt from the market once it is already introduced. That is why the Fed with QE3 will need to keep adding program after program because now, the market is conditioned to mortgages rates that really defy any sort of open market program. Yet this action is having other reactions like crushing the standard of living of Americans merely for the sake of bailing out banks.”
EPA Celebrates ‘Children Health Month,’ Encourages Recruiting Students for ‘Energy Patrols’ at School – CNS News “One of the items in the box reads, “Educate students and staff about how their behaviors affect energy use. Some schools have created student energy patrols to monitor and inform others when energy is wasted.” This is all part of the government’s ongoing indoctrination program!
Yes America, Your Fellow Citizens DO Abuse Federal Aid Programs – Forbes “…Sadly, a not-insignificant portion of those receiving benefits do exploit assistance programs. This more than just wastes taxpayer dollars and leaves less for those who truly need it; perhaps most importantly, it enables a dependency that might be temporarily attractive, but limits someone’s life prospects and chances for long-term fulfillment. Governor Romney—and any candidate who wants to move us back toward a balanced budget—shouldn’t shy away from calling for the reform of such ill-conceived aid programs.”Print This Post Send To A Friend