Shut Down by Obama to Inflict Public Pain

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Unnecessarily Shut Down by Obama to Inflict Public Pain:
1. Treatments for Children Suffering From Cancer
2. The World War II Memorial
3. The Vietnam Memorial
4. The D-Day Memorial – in Europe – no access to Cemetery
5. Furloughed Military Chaplains Not Allowed to Work for Free
6. Business Stops In Florida Keys
7. Obama Blacks Out Sports, Entertainment Programming to Overseas Troops
8. Obama Tries to Close Privately-Funded Mt. Vernon
9. Obama Closes Over 100 Privately-Managed Parks That Cost No Money to Run
10. Obama Closes Self-Sustaining Colonial Farm It Hasn’t Supported Since 1980
11. Obama Tries to Close State-Run Parks in Wisconsin
12. Obama Closes Privately-Owned Hotel, Police Block Parking Lot
13. Park Service Ranger: ‘We’ve Been Told to Make Life As Difficult For People As We Can’
14. Obama Forces Residents Out of Private Homes
15. Acadia Park In Maine Shut Down
16. Historic Restaurant Open During Last Shutdown Forced to Close
17. Obama Shuts Down a Road Tha Goes Through CO Park
18. Residents Plan Protest of Cape Hatteras Closing
19. Obama Blocks People From LOOKING at Mt. Rushmore
20. Crucial USDA Websites Taken Down
21. St. Louis Gateway Arch Closed
22. Park Shutdown Bounces Rowers from Potomac
23. Thompson Boat Center Closed In DC
24. Obama Closes Military Commissary
25. Arizona Offers to Fund Grand Canyon, Obama Says ‘Drop Dead’

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2 Responses to Shut Down by Obama to Inflict Public Pain

  1. Jane K. says:

    Every day is a new nightmare with this man and his minions running things.

  2. Pingback: Obama’s Petty Bull [ALERT] | TEANewYork

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