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Thursday, March 21, 2013


  Do you know what an Easter egg is?
  Certainly you do, you say.  It's something that in all likelihood will not be rolled on the White House lawn this year (that would be "the people's house) because of that mean sequester trim of 2% of the federal government's RAISE this year.
  We've already spent more this year than last. CNS tells us the truth about Obama's sad face about "cuts":
Thus, federal spending was $30,548,000,000.00 more in the first five months of fiscal 2013 than it was during the first five months of fiscal 2012. 
The federal government is also spending at a much faster pace this year than it did before President Barack Obama took office.
  Like everything from this administration, there's always an Easter Egg in every gift basket. 
  An Easter Egg is described by Wikipedia:
An Easter egg is an intentional hidden messageinside joke, or feature in a work such as a computer program,moviebook, or crossword. The term was coined—according to Warren Robinett—by Atari after they were pointed to the secret message left by Robinett in the game Adventure.[1] The name has been said to evoke the idea of a traditional Easter egg hunt.[2]
  Like Obamacare, there's always an intentional hidden message-- lots of surprises, new regulations, taxes and penalties. Like the financial incentives hospitals have NOT to treat senior citizens. Like the fact that the ranks of the uninsured have grown. And like young people getting totally screwed by all the debt that is being accrued.
  There's a hidden intentional message in every package we get from this White House, as in dropping the annual rolling of Easter eggs at the White House. 
  The Easter Egg is that there's no reason to drop the event because of cost but we're doing it anyway to punish you. 
  I can't wait until the 2014 elections.

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