The Small Detail You May Have Missed in the News of Obama Signing the Budget Bill Thursday

Jonathon M. Seidl
The Blaze

On Thursday morning, Obama signed the much-maligned, bipartisan budget deal along with a defense bill and five other pieces of legislation while vacationing in Hawaii. But there’s a small detail in that sentence that’s interesting: unlike when he “signed” the fiscal cliff bill into law during last Christmas’s Hawaiian vacation, Obama actually put his signature to these bills in person.

Why is that significant? Because as CBS’s Mark Knoller points out, that means that bills had to be flown to Hawaii to be signed…

…It’s unclear how much money such a trip cost — or if it was even done as a special flight (the bills could have come with someone on an already scheduled flight, for example). TheBlaze has reached out to the White House for an explanation…



The complete article is at The Blaze.



Also at the site, Fed-Up Veteran Tells Paul Ryan What He Thinks of ‘Bipartisan’ Budget Deal in Viral Open Letter

“Your lack of judgement and eagerness to compromise on the backs of us who protected you is sickening.”



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