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The Obama Morning News || November 8, 2013

Republicans question Obama’s competence . . . Politico
Kerry to Geneva as Iran deal nears
 . . . New York Times
Netanyahu slams proposed agreement . . . Jerusalem Post
WH: shutdown cost 120K jobs . . . New York Times
Ten GOP senators demand Sebelius’s head . . . Washington Times
EPA rule could halt building of coal power plants . . . Examiner
WH requires mental health coverage . . . New York Times
Senate votes gay discrimination ban . . . Washington Post
Christie victory about his appeal, not policies . . . The Hill
Issue of his weight lingers for Christie . . . Politico
Author compares Weimar gun ban to Obama’s . . . Daily Caller
Obama: “No Way” he would have dropped Biden . . . NBC News

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13 Responses to The Obama Morning News || November 8, 2013

  1. Obama has a really busy day on AF1 spending tax payer $’s while raising funds for the DNC. What is he doing for the American people who happen not to be Democrat?

  2. “That lack of executive experience,” Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) told POLITICO, “is beginning to show up.”

    Ummmmmm…….Where have you been Alexander? Have you been hiding behind your rose-colored glasses? We, out here in the real world, have known this from the beginning. I think you might lack executive experience too if you are just now realizing this about the President.

  3. There is a huge difference between physical illness and mental illness. To say that a law is going to make their treatment comparable is folly. You could spend years in therapy for a mental illness and it may not work, as opposed to a definite end to physical therapy where there are clear cut goals that are met. If you think insurance is expensive now, just wait til the boom in those being treated (ie the fraud).

    • My State, California, will go bankrupt in the first 90 days just treating all the substance abusers. Liberalism is also a mental disease, according to Michael Savage (or is it Rush). We’re on the road to wreck and ruin.

  4. CBS is now retracting the 60 Minutes segment on Benghazi because one of its witnesses was unreliable. Forgive my cynicism, but I wonder if this wasn’t the plan all along: to put Benghazi in the “nothing-to-see-here-move-along” category. More for Hillary Clinton’s benefit than Obama’s.