Wednesday, March 30, 2011

We just spent 200 million and counting in Libya, but don't worry The U.S. Government just figured out how to save 33 billion by cutting Education and Health Services.

According to a source close to ABC News and Reuters News Agency, President Obama has authorized Covert help for the Libyan rebels. The President has authorized this new " Presidential Finding " within the last two or three weeks. By taking this step President Obama opens the door, legally, for covert ops and the CIA to work in Libya; if the President wants them too. This also opens the door for potentially supplying the Libyan rebels with Arms. When President Obama was asked by Diane Sawyer if he would send arms to the Libyan Rebels he replied, "We are examining all options to support the opposition ". President Obama also said that the objective was for Qaddafi "Ultimately, to step down " .

In late Breaking News Libyan Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa has defected to the U.K.  and has rejected Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi. He flew in on his own free will from Tunisia and since has been talking at length with British officials.

Reuters - Exclusive: Obama authorizes secret help for Libya rebels

BBC - Libya foreign minister 'defects'

AP sources: CIA sent operatives into Libya


 President Obama pitch for Clean Energy

POLITICO - Budget deal close with $33B in cuts

BUSINESS WEEK - Stocks higher after payroll report, pharma deal


  1. People forget that the dollars don't exist in a vacuum. The fuel and munitions, for example, have to be purchased from American firms. Those firms, in return, donate and support political campaigns, especially those who are most likely to approve policies that will require the purchase of more munitions and fuel. Education? Healthcare? Neither students nor the sick and infirm are a significant player in the political arena. It's all just a game - one with very high stakes. Unfortunately, unless we all stand together, we no longer have a seat at the table.

  2. Man I'm in the other side of the world watching CNN still don't get why US legislators has trouble in getting an agreement about the default issue.
    But anyways nice blog.
    Keep up the great work bro.