Congress plays malicious game

Published October 5, 2013 1:01 am
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If members of Congress were living paycheck to paycheck, as are many of those whose paychecks they are denying, they would quickly end this malicious game they are playing. Instead they puff up their chests and declare they'll donate their pay during the shutdown. With the help of our tax dollars, these non-workers have enough surplus in their savings accounts to unaffectedly coast along and enjoy the publicity.

Rosemary Washington


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