What We’re Reading October 24, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday October 24, 2013.

Have you seen the Obama administration excuse for the horrendousness that is the Obamacare rollout? It’s a doozy.

CBS has found NEW major issues with the Obamacare website. “CBS News has uncovered a serious pricing problem with HealthCare.gov. It stems from the Obama administration’s efforts to improve its health care website. A new online feature can dramatically underestimate the cost of insurance.”

Surprise, surprise… every Senate Democrat that is up for reelection will move to support delaying the individual mandate of Obamacare for one more year. This after they spent the last month saying they would not support a delay. Apparently they care more about winning their next election than they do sticking to their principles… but what else would you expect from the Democrat Party?

The amount of nonessential workers furloughed during the government shutdown indicates that our government has a lot of fat to trim from the payroll.

Alan Grayson (D-FL) doubles down on his hateful rhetoric, comparing the Tea Party to the KKK. “No, it doesn’t go too far because the essence of both unfortunately is an undue openness to racism, to bigotry, to prejudice,” he continued. “In fact generations ago, the KKK was the home of that sentiment and all too often today we see the tea party being the home of that sentiment.”

Governors Rick Perry (R-TX) and Brian Sandoval (R-NM) are both visiting Israel this week. Both men are GOP hopefuls for the Presidency in 2016.

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