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GAO: Obama Unsustainable

O-Cloward-Piven strategy boosts fundamental transformation of USA
For two months, reporters and lawmakers have ignored a devastating report from the federal government itself, which warns that the nation's current fiscal policy will lead to economic collapse.

The Government Accountability Office (GAO)—the personal auditor of President Obama and the federal government—released its assessment of the federal government on January 17, 2013. The report's findings illuminate just how dire America's spending problem is and, therefore, how little the current cuts debated by Congress do to fix it.
"The projections in this Report indicate that current policy is not sustainable ..."
While President Obama and his media allies boast from their ivory towers that America “doesn’t have a spending problem” but rather a “health-care problem,” they are sweeping reality under the rug and spouting lies to the American people.

This is the reality: when President Obama’s personal auditor says the federal government has a spending problem, it indeed has a spending problem—and one that is growing rapidly.
(full story at breitbart.com)

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As of Tuesday, U.S. gasoline prices had increased for 32 straight days. The media, however, aren't interested. They would be, though, if a Republican - particularly a Bush - were in the White House.

According to the American Automobile Association, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.748 Tuesday, up from $3.730 on Monday and about 15 cents higher than a week ago.

A month ago that same gallon cost $3.304 and a year back it was $3.565. It was $1.83 a gallon the day before Obama was first inaugurated.

The media are providing a smattering of coverage of the rising prices. But the press is more concerned about President Obama's golf outing with Tiger Woods than it is about gasoline prices. And it sure isn't interested in blaming Obama for the rise.
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Not only does the fantasy-like golf outing at the exclusive resort with swing coach Butch Harmon and Woods make Obama seem out of touch as he tries to frame himself as a champion of the middle class, but being seen with Woods could also hurt him with women voters, one of Obama's most loyal and key constituencies.

Women voters still do not look favorably upon Woods, whose life came crashing down after Thanksgiving of 2009 when he crashed into a fire hydrant in his neighborhood after his wife at the time, Elin Nordegren, intercepted a text message from one of his many mistresses. After mistress after mistress came out in the days and weeks after, Woods's life became surrounded by even more scandal and turmoil, and it is something from which he is still trying to recover.

Though Obama already won reelection, he still needs women voters to support his second-term agenda. And images of Obama and Woods at the Floridian splashed across every television screen and website may have done much more harm than good.
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On this day: February 20
Congress proposes the 21st amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which would end Prohibition (1933)

American movie studio executives agree to allow the Office of War Information to censor movies (1943)

b: Alexei Kosygin (1904), Evgeny Dragunov (1920); d: Frederick Douglass (1895), Hunter S. Thompson (2005)

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