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Keep track of funds

April 3, 2014

It’s just a basic fact of life: People have to be able to keep track of money....

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TiredOfTax

Apr-05-14 9:57 AM

Then why are you so adamantly defending THIS administration?

Obama has flushed more US taxes than any prior president. PLUS has failed at EVERY ATTEMPTED LEGISLATED POLICY! His presidency will be null and voided soon after he is out of office... it is the correct answer to the problems caused by his improper one sided leadership.

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adkkev

Apr-04-14 1:58 PM

ToT: $9 billion Iraqi reconstruction funds missing by 2005. Doesn't matter what administration it is.

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TiredOfTax

Apr-04-14 1:38 PM

I believe that this is actually a national trend, who needs the government more than those that got the government shaft?

The head of the Maryland Health Insurance Exchange testified Thursday before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that only 60,000 people have signed up for Obamacare through the state’s exchange - 13,000 less than the number of individuals reported to lose their insurance due to Obamacare.

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TiredOfTax

Apr-04-14 12:52 PM

Talk about keeping track of funds!

The State Department has no idea what happened to $6 billion used to pay its contractors.

In a special “management alert” made public Thursday, the State Department’s Inspector General Steve Linick warned “significant financial risk and a lack of internal control at the department has led to billions of unaccounted dollars over the last six years.

The alert was just the latest example of the federal government’s continued struggle with oversight over its outside contractors.

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bobcrane

Apr-04-14 12:17 PM

FULTON COUNTY POLITICS at its BEST........................putting it to the people again.

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MrBoB51

Apr-04-14 11:52 AM

Maybe they took the definition of money, an idea backed by confidence, a bit too literally?

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Pards13

Apr-04-14 10:42 AM

It seems somewhere in the mix there was a release of mortgage issued. The question should be was there and if so why was the money not recorded?

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mrshubbs

Apr-04-14 9:47 AM

Ethics sometimes get in the way of making a big pile of money.

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FedUp0416

Apr-04-14 7:47 AM

There cannot be that many checks issued from that account. Do what every one in the private sector does. Balance the checkbook and request a copy of the check from the bank. Case solved. Unless they don't want it solved.

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ADKman

Apr-04-14 3:33 AM

So no one has a copy of a cancelled check?

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MrBoB51

Apr-03-14 4:29 PM

...so I explained to my Mortgage Co. I has lost the money for my mortgage and they'll just have to write it off. I swear I heard laughter before they hung up on me.

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tinbucktoof

Apr-03-14 4:17 PM

I totally agree Bill, but with that track record, I don't believe he has any ethics!

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Gofigure

Apr-03-14 2:21 PM

It probably ended up in somebody's Cayman Island bank account.

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BillLair

Apr-03-14 1:55 PM

It would seem the attorney has both a fiduciary and ethical obligation to assist in helping to determine what happened to the money. Again, kudos to Joe Gillis.

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PleaseGetAClue

Apr-03-14 1:33 PM

someone should check in Bray's or Schiocetti's bank accounts

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