AS America Falls Over The “Fiscal Cliff”, Obama Skips Town, Announces His 21 Day Vacation Plans

Friday, November 30, 2012
By Paul Martin

By Josey Wales
BeforeItsNews.com
Friday, November 30, 2012

House Speaker John Boehner rejected President Obama’s “fiscal cliff” deal on Thursday, which would include $1.6 trillion in tax increases, $400 billion in spending cuts and a more permanent increase of the debt ceiling. We’re not sure if the president thought this deal would satisfy Republicans or if he’s just stressed by the prospect of another recession, but there’s also a report that he’s planning on a 21-day, $4 million Hawaii vacation for the next couple weeks.

Residents living near the beachfront homes where President Barack Obama and First Family vacation with their friends every year since 2008 were alerted on Monday to some specifics of the Obamas’ holiday vacation plans.

The report delivered to residents living along the ocean and canal that surrounds the multi-million dollar homes at Kailuana Place where the President stays, informed them of restrictions that will be implemented for 20 days beginning December 17 and running through January 6.

In a matter of weeks, Kailua residents will see the familiar street barricades fronted by U.S. Secret Service agents and Navy Seals and the U.S. Coast Guard stationed in canal and ocean waters.

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