A House panel has voted to give the military a 1.9 percent pay raise next January.
That would be a half percentage point higher than what the Meccachurian's
The House armed services subcommittee on military personnel panel also endorsed
increases next year in hostile fire pay and family separation allowance,
enough to restore the relative value of these payments to what they were in 2004
when they last were adjusted.
Just to let those of you still serving in the military under a ineligible Commander in Chief,
in the private sector the average Salary Increase for 2010 Drops to 2.5 Percent.
Isn't it nice to know that your ineligible Commander in Chief values you so much?
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