Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Fuzzy Math Part Duex!!!

It seems as if the Whitehouse accountants are at it again, by their math, companies like Exxon-Mobil and Microsoft are qualified as "Small Business" representatives, and are now joined by The AP and others...

Other media companies cited as small businesses included The New York Times Co., USA Today International Corp., Bloomberg L.P. and the Public Broadcasting Service, according to data the administration gave congressional investigators.


The AP recieved three Small Business contracts for over $31,000, seems like "Fuzzy Math" is at it again!



"Since we do not categorize The New York Times as a small business, clearly this was an error," Times spokeswoman Abbe Serphos said of two General Services Administration contracts totaling $10,875 that the government reported as small business contracts.

The Times' parent company also publishes The Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune and 15 other daily newspapers. It reported $3.4 billion in revenue in 2005 and has about 12,500 employees.


What a disgracefully inept joke is this administration!!!

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