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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday October 4, 2013.
President Obama just can’t understand why some people are saying that both parties are to blame for the shutdown! He says it’s obviously just the Republican’s fault!
The Democrats may pretend the shutdown is an abnormal political situation, but that’s only because they’ve completely forgotten the 1980’s. “The year is not 2013 but 1981 . . . and 1982, 1984, 1986 and 1987. That’s right, the Reagan years, when President Ronald Reagan and House Speaker Tip O’Neill would work things out and avoid having to close the Washington Monument. With all due respect to Chris Matthews and other purveyors of this narrative popular in today’s Washington, the reality was quite different.”
Can the 47% be Republican?
In a blast from the past the brilliant Thomas Sowell destroys feminism and racialism in just five minutes.
House Democrats are looking for ways to get amnesty passed… again.
What does 2016 hold for the Republican Party?
Hey guess what liberals… it was the Obama administration that ordered the memorials shut down to foot traffic.
At the WWII Memorial, Carol Johnson w/the Park Service says they were told to close the site by White House's Office of Management & Budget.
— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) October 2, 2013
Famed computer programmer John McAfee thinks that the Obamacare website is “every hackers wet dream.”
During today’s event’s at the capitol liberals online were hoping that John Boehner and Ted Cruz would get shot. Way to elevate the conversation.
Sarah Palin has endorsed Republican Steve Lonegan in the upcoming New Jersey Senate race.
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