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    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Nancy Killefer on Tuesday withdrew her nomination to become chief performance officer, a new post in President Obama's administration, a White House spokesman told CNN.

    Officials said privately the reason for the withdrawal was unspecified tax issues.

    The withdrawal is an embarrassment to the White House, as the much-touted post was aimed at scrubbing the federal budget.

    Killefer is a senior director at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. She was nominated last month as Obama pledged to cut unnecessary spending and bring "a new sense of responsibility to Washington." Officials said her position would restore fiscal order and reform government.

    "We can no longer afford to sustain the old ways when we know there are new and more efficient ways of getting the job done," the president said in announcing her nomination.

    Killefer previously served as assistant secretary for management and chief financial officer of the Treasury Department during the Clinton administration.

    The Congressional Budget Office announced last month that the deficit for the current budget year will be $1.2 trillion. Obama said at the time the government would have to "make tough choices" in the budget "to address both the deficit of dollars and the deficit of trust."

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITI...withdraws/index.html
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

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    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Nancy Killefer on Tuesday withdrew her nomination to become chief performance officer, a new post in President Obama's administration, a White House spokesman told CNN.

    Officials said privately the reason for the withdrawal was unspecified tax issues.

    The withdrawal is an embarrassment to the White House, as the much-touted post was aimed at scrubbing the federal budget.

    Killefer is a senior director at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. She was nominated last month as Obama pledged to cut unnecessary spending and bring "a new sense of responsibility to Washington." Officials said her position would restore fiscal order and reform government.

    "We can no longer afford to sustain the old ways when we know there are new and more efficient ways of getting the job done," the president said in announcing her nomination.

    Killefer previously served as assistant secretary for management and chief financial officer of the Treasury Department during the Clinton administration.

    The Congressional Budget Office announced last month that the deficit for the current budget year will be $1.2 trillion. Obama said at the time the government would have to "make tough choices" in the budget "to address both the deficit of dollars and the deficit of trust."

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITI...withdraws/index.html
    If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

    Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

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