GAO Report Reveals $95 Billion Worth Of Obama Administration HypocrisySubmitted by GBAmerica on Wed, 04/10/2013 - 13:23
GAO Report Reveals $95 Billion Worth Of Obama Administration Hypocrisy
A new report out from the Government Accountability Office, which highlights where executive branch agency programs are costing taxpayers tens of billions of dollars in overlapping costs, demonstrates the Presidential Administration’s hypocrisy with regard to the Federal budget.
The findings of the GAO report that was issued on Tuesday show that while President Barack Obama and top Administration officials have made a point of making Federal cuts stemming from sequester impact the public in visible ways, they have repeatedly failed to reduce costs in places that would eliminate redundant expenses.
There is at least $95 billion in Federal overlap spending that could be reduced.