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WikiLeaks releases audio accusing Obama & Bush administrations of corruption

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WikiLeaks releases audio accusing Obama & Bush administrations of corruption

Whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks has published a trove of classified audio files indicating that the Bush and Obama appointees engaged in misappropriation of funds in a program intended to help disabled people find jobs.

WikiLeaks had 30 hours of audio recordings related to a billion-dollar corruption scandal “with links to the White House,” the organization said in a tweet on Monday.

The tapes are intended to provide evidence that AbilityOne, a program that awards roughly $3 billion annually in government contracts, gave its money to defense contractors and other large corporations that did not have many disabled employees.

http://www.rt.com/usa/322335-wikileaks-corruption-bush-obama/
 

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This is the only post today that the topic actually made me smile. 

It would be easier to find a golden hair on a frogs butt, than find an honest person on either administration. :chuckle:

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1 hour ago, WhiteHorse said:

This is the only post today that the topic actually made me smile. 

It would be easier to find a golden hair on a frogs butt, than find an honest person on either administration. :chuckle:

You are greened WH!

Definitely.

SOLOMON

:cmicsfee:

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