Sean Hannity show, today first you hear the word revolution in the beginning of Sean Show!
What revolution is Sean talking about, ? Asks you to join the revolution?
What the revolution to ruin American?
Sean Hannity said on his show he thought Jeff below was a Democrat and had to be corrected!
United States Senator from New Jersey Incumbent Assumed office June 6, 2013  Serving with Bob Menendez Appointed by Chris Christie Preceded by Frank Lautenberg 59th Attorney General of New Jersey In office January 10, 2012 – June 6, 2013 Governor Chris Christie Preceded by Paula Dow Succeeded by John Hoffman (Acting)
Personal details Born Jeffrey Scott Chiesa June 22, 1965 (age 48) Somerville, New Jersey Political party Republican Spouse(s) Jenny Sullivan Alma mater University of Notre Dame Catholic University of America Religion Roman Catholicism
Jeffrey Scott Chiesa (pronounced Key-AY-zuh; born June 22, 1965) is the junior U.S. Senator from New Jersey and the former state attorney general of New Jersey. Governor Chris Christie announced on June 6, 2013 that he would appoint Chiesa to the United States Senate seat that was vacated by the death of Frank Lautenberg.  On June 10, 2013, Chiesa was sworn in as a Senator.  Previously, Chiesa was sworn in as attorney general on January 10, 2012. Prior to that appointment, he served as Chief Counsel to Governor Christie. He has declined to run for the remainder of the senate term in the 2013 Special Election.
Early life, education, and early law career
Chiesa grew up in Bound Brook, New Jersey, the eldest of three children. When he was 8 years old, his father, a chemical plant worker, died, and he was raised by his mother, a public school teacher.  He graduated from University of Notre Dame in 1987 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting. He earned his J.D. from the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America in 1990.
In 1988, Chiesa joined the Cranford law firm of Dughi, Hewit & Palatucci (now known as Dughi & Hewit). There he met Chris Christie, who had joined the firm the year before. 
If Sean can’t get his facts straight what else is Sean The Drunk saying that’s wrong!
Also Sean quotes from a report from the GAO, About GAO
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. Often called the “congressional watchdog,” GAO investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. The head of GAO, the Comptroller General of the United States, is appointed to a 15-year term by the President from a slate of candidates Congress proposes. Gene L. Dodaro became the eighth Comptroller General of the United States and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) on December 22, 2010, when he was confirmed by the United States Senate. He was nominated by President Obama in September of 2010 and had been serving as Acting Comptroller General since March of 2008. Full Biography More on the CG Selection Process
Our Mission is to support the Congress in meeting its constitutional responsibilities and to help improve the performance and ensure the accountability of the federal government for the benefit of the American people. We provide Congress with timely information that is objective, fact-based, nonpartisan, nonideological, fair, and balanced.
Our Core Values of accountability, integrity, and reliability are reflected in all of the work we do. We operate under strict professional standards of review and referencing; all facts and analyses in our work are thoroughly checked for accuracy.
Our Work is done at the request of congressional committees or subcommittees or is mandated by public laws or committee reports. We also undertake research under the authority of the Comptroller General. We support congressional oversight by
auditing agency operations to determine whether federal funds are being spent efficiently and effectively;
investigating allegations of illegal and improper activities;
reporting on how well government programs and policies are meeting their objectives;
performing policy analyses and outlining options for congressional consideration; and
issuing legal decisions and opinions, such as bid protest rulings and reports on agency rules.
We advise Congress and the heads of executive agencies about ways to make government more efficient, effective, ethical, equitable and responsive.
Our work leads to laws and acts that improve government operations, saving the government and taxpayers billions of dollars.
Comptroller General of the United States Incumbent Assumed office March 13, 2008 Acting: March 13, 2008 – December 22, 2010 President Barack Obama Preceded by David Walker Personal details Born May 7, 1951 (age 62) Spouse(s) Joan McCabe Alma mater Lycoming College
Eugene Louis Dodaro (born May 7, 1951) is the Comptroller General of the United States and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). From October 1, 2000 until March 12, 2008 he was the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the GAO and he held the equivalent 2nd-in-command title before the late 2000 restructuring of the GAO, Principal Assistant Comptroller General, a title he had held since May 1999. (Note that this change of titles is a result of the organization-wide restructuring rather than a promotion or other event in his career; from May 1999 through to March 12, 2008 Dodaro retained the position of second in command of the GAO.)
On February 15, 2008 when the seventh Comptroller General of the United States, David M. Walker, announced that he was departing from his office before the end of his 15-year term to work for the The Peter G. Peterson Foundation, he appointed Dodaro to replace him. On March 13, 2008 Dodaro became the Acting Comptroller General  and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate for a term of fifteen years on December 22, 2010. 
Gene is the son of Jim and Betty Dodaro and grew up in the Monessen—Belle Vernon region of Pennsylvania, attending Belle Vernon Area High School where he played basketball. 
He attended Lycoming College in Pennsylvania and graduated in 1973 
receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree  in accounting. 
Mr. Dodaro joined the GAO in 1973.  His first executive posting was as an associate director for management issues in the General Government Division.  In 1993 he was named Assistant Comptroller General for Accounting and Information Management.  It was in 1999 that he became the GAO’s second in command. 
Dodaro in 1985.
Awards and honors
In 1981 Dodaro received the GAO’s Meritorious Service Award.  In 1989 he received the Arthur S. Flemming Award for outstanding individual performance in government.  In 2001 he became a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration and in 2003 was awarded the prestigious National Public Service Award conferred by that organization. 
Mr. Dodaro is also an alumnus of the Psi chapter of the national social fraternity Kappa Delta Rho at Lycoming College. 
Sean Hannity, was reading some report from the GAO I have not been able to find that report!
I will keep looking for that report, from GAO.
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