What We’re Reading October 16, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday October 16, 2013.

If your one of our faithful friends living in the Garden State, please make sure to go out and vote today, in the special election to choose a Senator to replace the deceased Frank Lautenberg. You have a a very good candidate in Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan, and a lot of good reasons to vote against Cory Booker.

Chris Christie is more popular the “the Boss” in New Jersey… who would have ever thought that any Republican could be that popular in the Garden State?

Liberal blogger learns that Obamacare will double his premiums, has internet meltdown. Priceless.

The roadblock on passing a budget is getting more and more serious. After Democrats turned down Senator Susan Collins latest proposal, the House GOP has closed up shop and decided that if the Democrats wouldn’t negotiate there is nothing more they can do. Will the Democrats decide to negotiate in good faith?

Wow. Sean Hannity wonders if it’s indeed time for a 3rd Party to challenge the two current major parties.

Food stamp fraud in Louisiana is rampant and Charlie Cooke argues that it should be punished in the most severe manner prescribed.

NBC’s Luke Russert agrees that the media is biased against people of faith.

Lindsey Graham and John McCain can’t understand why the Democrats are being so mean about the budget battle.

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