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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine New York democratic congressman Jose Serrano is looking to make B -- show like FDR.
Serrano introduced until Friday to repeal the 22 amendment which places term limits on the presidency.
Currently under law presence can only serve two terms Serrano has proposed similar resolutions and number of times regardless.
Of which party was in power twice in Bill Clinton's administration four times during George W.
And this is the second effort under President Obama.
None has ever made it to a floor vote.
Cash for clunkers was apparently a clunker for the environment.
Not recycling even though the automotive recyclers association says cars are almost completely recyclable.
You magazine says of the program had recycled just metal and plastic it would have saved 24 million barrels of oil.
The Department of Transportation.
Deemed cash for clunkers -- success.
Welfare recipients are taking out cash at New York strip clubs liquor stores and X rated shops and presumably.
The New York Post looked at 200 million electronic benefit transfer or EB eighteen records from January 2011.
To July 2012.
The food stamp program bands the purchase of -- tobacco and lottery tickets with an EDT card.
But cash assistance which is accessed through the same card and is intended to be spent on housing utilities and household necessities.
Can be obtained.
-- -- -- A senior fellow at the Cato Institute says quote I don't blame recipients.
If you are poor it's a crummy life and you -- -- have a drink or see a naked woman.
I blame the people who are in charge of this.
And Massachusetts democratic Governor Deval Patrick is downplaying the news his state cannot locate.
People who have either been receiving welfare benefits or have applied for them.
He dismissed the concerns saying it amounts to only 4% of the people the government attempted to contact.
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