What We’re Reading February 8, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday February 8, 2014.

Vice President Joe Biden thinks that President Obama is wrong about pot legalization.

David Axelrod has a message for Democrats all over the country – “STOP giving Hillary Clinton money for 2016!” Hey David, just let Democrats waste their money how they see fit.

Wendy Davis (D-TX) is grasping at straws in her attempt to stay relevant. Hispanics in Texas might lean Democrat – but there’s just no way the Democrats can take the state this time around.

Things look very bad for any Democrat in Colorado… which is good for Republicans because Colorado has been a tough place for the last few election cycles.

Who cares what other people think.

Charlie Crist (D-FL) has been accused of selling judgeships for cash.

House Republicans seem to have stumbled on their quest for AMNESTY.

Apparently, a Congressional Democrat just gave the worst speech ever. Ever.

The Obama years have been really tough on African Americans. Black teen unemployment is now at 38%.

Chris Christie (R-NJ) and Rick Perry (R-TX) just don’t like each other.

Florida lawmakers are on the ball they have passed a bill banning suspension for gun shaped pop-tarts. Really? We need a law for this?

Jay Leno says goodbye.



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