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Washington Looking More and More Like Hollywood

Hollywood and Washington: Both entertaining, often boring and far too often irresponsible.
Midterm elections will bring out Hollywood celebrities supporting lots of glad-handing politicians, attracting the least informed voters: the People/US/Entertainment Weekly crowd.
And rightfully so. While some in Hollywood and D.C. strive for financial responsibility, there are those who have no understanding of the concept.
M.C. Hammer blew $33 million on helicopters, parties and an entourage, not knowing fuel and repairs are pretty expensive while employees are usually the largest expenditure on every balance sheet. We spent $1.4 billion on the Obamas in 2012 ...

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