On Purpose: Obama’s Labor Dept “Overpaid” $14 Billion in Unemployment Benefits

On Purpose: Obama's Labor Dept "Overpaid" $14 Billion in Unemployment Benefits

On Purpose: Obama’s Labor Dept “Overpaid” $14 Billion in Unemployment Benefits

Obama’s Labor Department overpaid unemployment benefits in 2011 by over $14 Billion! Purposefully? We think so!

It is completely unbelievable that this was an accident, and we feel that this was a calculated “mistake” designed to further enslave the people who rely on their unemployment benefits to get by, and keep them firmly in the Democrat’s fold.

It’s really the same thing as the government bailouts and other Obama scams and scandals like Solyndra and other “green energy” scams that were designed to line the pockets of Obama’s friends and supporters.

Don’t spend that unemployment check too fast. The

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Obama Becomes 1st US President To Raise Debt $5 Billion

Obama has purposefully kept our economy in terrible shape so that there would be more support for the REAL liberal goal, which is to greatly increase the size and scope of the government, and to make as many people dependent on government handouts as possible.

Brain-Dead liberals always try and say how President Bush damaged our economy by overspending, but President Bush spent less in the 8 years of his two terms as President than Obama has spent in less than 3 years and not even one full term.

No matter how unqualified and corrupt Obama is, most brain-dead liberals will never acknowledge what the entire country knows, which is …

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Modern Poverty Includes AC, Flat Screen TVs, DVD players, Gaming Systems

Take a look at the perks that the poor in our nation enjoy. (most of the people in poverty status do not pay any taxes, but seemingly rake in the perks, most likely due to free money given to them by the American People)

  • Over 65% have more than one TV
  • Over 63% have cable or satellite TV
  • Over 50% have a cellular phone

When Americans think of poverty, we tend to picture people who can’t adequately shelter, clothe, and feed themselves or their families.

When the Census Bureau defines “poverty,” though, it winds up painting more than 40 million Americans — one in seven — as “poor.”

Census officials

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