Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Carney: Closure Of WWII Memorial A "Bad Consequence Of Govt. Shutdown."

Bullsh*t, it’s the move of a petty and vindictive administration that wants to score political points off the suffering of Americans.
[Ed; We couldn't have said it better, and Couldn't Agree More.]
Via Politico:
The closure of Washington’s World War II Memorial is one of the “bad consequences” of the government shutdown, but the Obama administration has made an exception to accommodate veterans visiting the site, the White House said Wednesday.
“When you shut down the government, you shut down a lot of services and there are bad consequences to that,” press secretary Jay Carney told reporters.
Then how come other memorials weren’t closed in previous government shutdowns? 
Thank You Politico and Zip.

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