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The Obama Morning News || March 20, 2014

Obamacare may stick Docs with the bill . . . Newsmax
Minimum wage hike would slash workers . . . Fox News
Obama, Dems, “out of ideas” . . . Karl Rove
DOJ rejects Cruz IRS probe request . . . Politico
Obama: No “military excursion” in Ukraine . . . Politico
Federal officials flying first class . . . Washington Times
Obama to court women(!) . . . The Hill
USDA spending $5M on college obesity . . . Free Beacon
Clinton touts leadership on Iran . . . Politico
All Hillary’s SuperPacs . . . National Journal
Paul gets standing O at Berkeley . . . Daily Caller
Paul-Cruz was is just beginning . . . National Journal
Democratic guru Robert Strauss dies . . . Washington Post

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4 Responses to The Obama Morning News || March 20, 2014

  1. Hillary is Kerry in a pants suit: I was for it, before I was against it.
    Good grief – Hillary with a restart button and the quote,
    “do everything we can to test whether they can advance a permanent solution.” Bi-polar and dangerous politics!

    Rosen was quick to correctly point out that Clinton wasn’t in office when the deal with Iran was struck. This distance, he said, gave the former secretary of state a “sort of the restart button here on Iranian policy because Iranian policy has changed.”

    But the former first lady has already publicly helped Obama by rebuffing congressional attempts to impose more sanctions on Iran as negotiations play out.

    In a letter to Senate Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin in February, Clinton wrote that while she was “a long-time advocate for crippling sanctions against Iran,” now was the time to “do everything we can to test whether they can advance a permanent solution.”

  2. This section is the only mention of news I can get what with DA PLANE DA PLANE taking over every channel. The same gray-haired aviators and cops and regulators trying to think up something to say. Come on! I esp took it wrong when Obama said we are sad for the families–ESPECIALLY the American families. Really? This sucks for all families.