Which of the two is worst ?
Tax cheats among recipients of stimulus money or Woman accused of trying to sell girl's virginity
WASHINGTON – Thousands of companies that cashed in on President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package owed the government millions in unpaid taxes, congressional investigators have found.
Ever wonder why they can't discover this before-hand ??? what idiots voted these people into office ?
Oh.... yeah it was more than likely many of my fellow cap members ? or those who failed to vote.
Its funny with just one stroke of a pen the President can wash away a billion dollars of Eqypt's debt ?
and stick us all and our children with a really expensive bill.
Heres an idea ?? how about work and make a billion ?? or even 100 dollars before you go around playing god and king.
I'm so sick of being taxed and robbed to pay for his stupid ideas and policies.
I hope the Tea party starts dumping these fools out of office.
President Obama's call for $2 billion in loan assistance to Egypt has left many political figures scratching their heads as they try to figure out why a debt-ridden U.S. would commit that much money to a country whose new government may not end up friendly to America.
In Thursday's sweeping address on the uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, the president said he wants the U.S. to forgive roughly $1 billion in debt owed by Egypt and to provide another $1 billion in loan guarantees to free up money for job-creation efforts there.
"We do not want a democratic Egypt to be saddled by the debts of its past," Obama said. "So we will relieve a democratic Egypt of up to $1 billion in debt and work with our Egyptian partners to invest these resources to foster growth and entrepreneurship."
But with the U.S. grappling with more than $14 trillion in debt and lawmakers fighting over the terms for increasing the nation's own ability to borrow money, the president's call to help Egypt has face resistance in Congress.
"Considering our own national debt, we cannot afford to forgive up to $1 billion of Egypt's debt," said Rep. Elena Ros-Lehtinen, the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, who is running for president, posted this message on his Twitter account: "Pres. Obama: $2B in loan guarantees for Egypt'. Guaranteed with WHAT?? We're broke. Who will guarantee our guarantee??"