What We’re Reading October 22, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday October 22, 2013.

There was a deadly shooting at a Nevada Middle School yesterday.

So the Obamacare exchange is a complete disaster. No problem, President Obama has it figured out… he’s calling Verizon. I guess he figures Verizon helped him out with that whole NSA thing, they’ll help him out with Obamacare too. John Stewart isn’t buying the President’s spin, in fact he says, “Democrats can’t spin this turd.”

Remember when Sarah Palin got laughed at for saying Obamacare had “death panels?” Well it does, and liberal magazine Slate is now defending it, but pointing out Canada has them too.

Politico takes on 5 Obamacare questions that Kathleen Sebelius won’t answer. Another question the Obama administration won’t answer is if the Obamacare exchange will be up and running correctly by December!

Sarah Palin has a new op-ed out at Breitbart.com where she expounds on how our politicians use the threat of crisis to get their way. Here’s one key bit from her piece, “The ability to raise money is apparently key to all the power in Washington. Here’s how bad it’s gotten: the Democratic and Republican Parties actually have a secret price list—officially known as “party dues”—that tells members of Congress how much money they must extract from donors in order to win a chairmanship or a top slot on a powerful Congressional committee.“

Conservative Christians are not happy with Chris Christie.


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