Skip to comments.President rewards faithful goverment employees Executive order closes federal offices Monday
Posted on 12/21/2012 6:46:43 PM PST by GreyFriar
Executive order closes federal offices Monday
Friday - 12/21/2012, 5:02pm ET
WASHINGTON - Federal employees don't have to go to work on Monday, Dec. 24.
The White House announced shortly after 1 p.m. on Friday it was giving all executive branch departments and agencies the day off.
The executive order, below, is also posted on the White House website.
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Obama rewards those who faithfully serve the Reich.
He throw EO’s around like candy. It’s fun being King.
They are going to be paid for not working. Will anybody be able to tell any difference?
Obama shut down the government!!!!
What, no separation of church and state?
Does this include the Post Office?
If so, a lot of people hoping for a delivery on the 24th will be disappointed.
One less day that they can crank out new regulations—not a bad excuse for picking the public’s pocket on the 24th of December.
Gosh, Obama is awful generous with our money.
It’s nothing to squeal about, Doesn’t make sense to bring people in to work when the next day is Christmas. About 90% of them would have taken leave anyway leavng the offices mostly empty and the ones that weren’t would be having parties or leaving at noon.
‘About 90% of them would have taken leave anyway leavng the offices mostly empty and the ones that werent would be having parties or leaving at noon.’
....And this differs from a normal Federal work day, How?
I guess this means that the troops in Afgn get a day off.
Didn’t know they worked Christmas Eve. I thought the Post Office was the only gov folks that worked the eve
“Does this include the Post Office?”
Probably not. The only religious holiday the Post Office observes is Christmas Day
Those faithful followers in northern Virginia certainly delivered that state to him, and in the process they're converting what used to be a dependably Republican state to a dependably Democrat state, complete with two RAT senators.
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