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Reposting: Obama Admin "Rewards" Oregon for Boosting the Number on Welfare!

Original post made by ! on Oct 1, 2011

The Pleasanton Weekly Editor does not want you to know about this, despite it being in the news (except the mainstream media).

It should be very apparent to even the most staunch Democrats that the Democrat agenda is 180 degrees opposed to business and job creation in the private sector.

Here is the article again >>> Web Link

Rewarding a State for INCREASING welfare rolls is the opposite of what is needed to grow our economy.

Instead, States SHOULD BE REWARDED for DECREASING those dependent on welfare!!!

The Pleasanton Weekly needs to explain why they removed the previous post on this subject...unless they were directed by the Obama Administration to censor this!



Comments (1)

Posted by Cholo, a resident of Livermore
on Oct 2, 2011 at 2:28 pm

what a fascinating post...tee hee hee, tee hee hee...


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