According to Natural News, much of the mainstream news media is still depicting President Obama as the good guy in this so-called government shutdown, but the fact is that based on his actions one has to agree with the words of long-time New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David Sanger, who stated that he is a “control freak.”
Per Wes Pruden over at The Washington Times:
“President Obama is not a bad poker player, but the man with all the chips always starts with the advantage (and he gets all the aces). He has closed Washington down as tight as he dares, emphasizing the trivial and the petty in making life as inconvenient as he can for the greatest number. It’s all in a noble cause, of course. Access to most of the memorials is limited, and often in curious ways. The Lincoln Memorial is easy to reach, with the streets around it remaining open. But the Martin Luther King Memorial is made difficult to reach, relegating it, you might say, to the back of the bus. Not very nice.”
“It’s a cheap way to deal with the situation,” said one angry Ranger of the harassment being dealt out to the general public, according to Pruden. “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.”
The reporter, CNN’s Dana Bash, noted that the GOP-led House had passed legislation specifically funding the National Institutes of Health’s child cancer care, but Reid blocked it and refused to bring it to the full Senate for a vote. “If you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn’t you do it?” Bash asked.
A flummoxed Reid launched into her. “Why would we want to do that?” he snapped. “I have 1,100 people at Nellis Air Force Base that are sitting home. They have a few problems of their own. This is – to have someone of your intelligence to suggest such a thing maybe means you’re irresponsible and reckless.”
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