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Bush Labor Department misled Congress in effort to privatize jobs

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President George W. Bush's Labor Department misled Congress in an effort to prove outsourcing jobs to private companies was more efficient than assigning the jobs to government employees, according to a Government Accountability Office report released Monday.

The report found that the Department used fictional projected numbers to improve "savings reports" -- even when real numbers were already available. And when the government did find private firms to take a government job, that employee generally was either reassigned to another task with the same title or promoted.

TVNL Comment: The words is not "misled", the word is "lied". Virtually everything you have heard from this administration has been lies.

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