Frustration grows as government standoff enters second week
Photo by CHRISTOPHER BARCA
A man entering the Social Security building in Rego Park on Monday may not have gotten needed services because of the shutdown.
Or, use your
Delayed Sandy relief?! It's almost a year now. How could Sandy victims perceive a shutdown since they're still waiting a year later. The House of Representatives has passed apropriations for all federal agencies except BO Care which no one wants. Tell the Senate to pass the House apropriations bills & get BO to sign them & then Sandy victims can continue to hurry up & wait. And since BO illegally delayed implementation of the employer mandate how about signing legislation to delay implementation of the individual mandate? As it is the BO Care exchanges are impossible to acess to begin with. Is common sense beyond the grasp of Harry Reid & BO?
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