GOP: PAY BACK FOR IGNORING OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY

 

 

 

By: Devvy October 6, 2013

NewsWithViews.com

This past week most of us have probably seen some, if not a great deal of the games played by Harry Reid and his Comrades. Name calling, hissy fits and political strategy: force the Republicans to partially shut down the government.
Not that the Republicans are any better. Both parties know the September 30 deadline date on the calendar. Instead of conducting the affairs of our nation and seriously pursuing smaller government by eliminating unconstitutional cabinets (EPA, Federal Department of Education and many others), Comrade Pelosi and her brassiere brigade insist the cupboard is bare, no place more to cut spending. And, she said it with a straight face. The cupboard is bare?
Obama Gives $737 Million to Solar Firm Linked to the Pelosi Clan

$1M NIH Grant To Reduce HIV, Domestic Violence in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

$1B to Be Spent to Promote Obamacare in ‘Normandy Invasion’ of Health System

U.S. Paying $25K to Make Park Benches from Garbage for Tijuana

Labor Department to Spend $1 Million to Increase Gender Equality in Work – in MoroccoState Dep’t Spending $10M to Prevent ‘Gender-Based Violence’ in War Zones

Feds Dig Up $98,000 to Study ‘3rd Millennium BC Mortuary Traditions’ in Oman

Obama Spends $20 M Helping Indonesian Kids Get College Degrees

Gov’t Spends $379K Texting Kids to Take a WalkDOT to Spend $1.8 Million to Encourage Kids to Walk, Bike to School

Gov’t Spends $495-K For False Killer Whale Team to Meet

$2M NIH Grant to Study Effect of Cultural Stigma on Chinese Homosexual Men

Feds Give Smithsonian $443,010 to Study Tree Biodiversity – in China

Those illegitimate senators make over $14,500 a month and they can’t afford to pay for their own hair cut while Americans struggle as they live in their cars or working parents eating one meal a day at the end of the month so their children can have two?
$5.25 Million For Senate Hair Care And 21 Other Ways Politicians Are Living The High Life At Your Expense

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