Monday, October 7, 2013

Good Question

"If the federal government has the power to shut down roadways and parks and your disability check, why would you give them power over your health care?"

The National Park Service placed cones along highway viewing areas outside Mount Rushmore this week, barring visitors from pulling over and taking pictures of the famed monument. 

NYT Reporter: Administration 'most closed, control-freak I've ever covered'.

Obama Shuts Down Amber Alert Website.

Police remove veterans from Vietnam War Memorial.

2 comments:

  1. We were at Mt. Rushmore last Tuesday and saw all these cones. We felt like stopping and throwing them over the side of the road. What right do they even have to shut down national parks. If they don't want to pay their people to collect fees and do maintenance, they should just leave the doors wide open and let the people (i.e., the owners of the parks) in for free.

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  2. HEADLINE:

    Signs say National Mall closed, but immigration reform rally is a go

    article By CHARLIE SPIERING | OCTOBER 8, 2013 AT 11:08 AM

    Even though isolated barricades with "closed" signs remained on the National Mall on Tuesday, the setup for the immigration reform rally said otherwise. A giant stage with lights and an "Immigration Reform Now" banner was set up in the center of the mall, along with three large portable screens. On one side of the mall, more than 100 porta potties were set up for protesters who will attend...

    So what the government (at the direction of President Obama, or at least the Democratic party) is saying is that YOU are allowing illegal immigrants access to the national mall, but not honored military war vets. The world is upside down. This makes me sick to my stomach.


    Say NO to increased debt limits

    Say NO to the unfair forced implementation to Obamacare

    Say NO to those who will not negotiate

    Keep the government closed (and no back pay for those who are not working) until the run-away government spending is halted.

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