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PEOPLE WE ARE AT WAR AND MOST OF US HAVE NOT WOKEN UP YET...

I HAVE ACHOICE TO SEND OR NOT TO SEND....I CHOOSE
TO SEND IT... LET US HOPE AND
PRAY THAT THE EVIL ONES


ARE WRONG.... I HOPE AND PRAY THAT THE FOLKS THAT

ARE PUTTING THIS OUT ARE WRONG.... WE NEED TO GET

TO WORK CHECKING THIS OUT AND REPORT BACK TO ME...................
MY GROUP IS THINKING IT IS CHEMTRAIL

RELATED...I AM ALSO ASKING FOR ALL MY DOCTOR FRIENDS

TO WORK ON A SOLUTION IF THIS IS TRUE....


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A CURE!!!​ OR OUR FRIENDS ABOVE US....


Saturday, November 3, 2012

Sen. Graham: Obama move on defense layoff notices 'patently illegal'


Sen. Graham: Obama move on defense layoff notices 'patently illegal'

By Jeremy Herb - 10/01/12 02:45 PM ET


 
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) says that he will do anything he can to block the Obama administration from reimbursing defense contractors for severance costs if the firms don’t send layoff notices to employees.
The Obama administration issued guidance Friday that said defense firms’ costs would be covered if they have to layoff workers due to canceled contracts under the across-the-board cuts set to take effect Jan. 2.
The layoff notices have become a politically charged issue because they could have come just four days ahead of the election because of a 60-day notice required by federal law for mass layoffs.
Graham and other Republicans were livid after the Obama administration issued the guidance on Friday telling contractors that their legal costs would be covered due to canceled contracts under sequestration, but only if they did not issue layoff notices before sequestration occurs — and before the November election.
“I will do everything in my power to make sure not one taxpayer dollar is spent reimbursing companies for failure to comply with WARN Act,” Graham told The Hill in a phone interview Monday. “That is so beyond the pale — I think it’s patently illegal.”
http://thehill.com/blogs/defcon-hill/industry/259517-graham-says-hell-block

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