Flashback: PN posts about the LAST shut down

October 14, 2013: Patriots march on Washington, storm the Barrycades

  • Mr. President, tear down this wall.

https://polination.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/patriots-march-on-washington-storm-the-barrycades/

October 15, 2013: President Stompy Foot’s government shall not stand

In 18 government shut downs under 6 presidents, Barack Obama is the only one to kick wounded vets out of their own open-air memorial.

October 15, 2013: Flight 93 Memorial is Barry-caded

2013_10 10 Flight 93 closed

October 15, 2013: Taking the moral high ground

The Obama Administration sent out the Metropolitan DC police armed with guns, stun guns, clubs, tear gas and riot helmets to forcefully remove or arrest aging military veterans from their own monuments.

October 16, 2013: The Obamas continue to be Hypocrites-in-Chief

2013_10 11 Mooch's garden going to hell

October 16, 2013: King Obama says, “Let them not eat.”

  • Obama threatens food stamp recipients.

https://polination.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/king-obama-says-let-them-not-eat/

October 16, 2013: Barry-cades: $76 Million a day in LOST REVENUE

2013_10 15 Park closure costing 76 Million in lost revenue

October 17, 2013: As difficult as possible: The National Park Services implementation of the government shut down

  • Question: Why did you allow Occupy protesters to camp overnight, in direct violation of the law, for 100 days, then barricade national monuments against veterans from day one, then turn around and allow illegals to march a week later?
  • Stated Answer: (squirmy weaseling)
  • Real Answer: Obama told me to.

https://polination.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/as-difficult-as-possible-the-national-park-services-implementation-of-the-government-shutdown/

March 4, 2014: Shutdown Reality Check

  • “The Interior Department just issued a report saying those 16 days of politically motivated b.s. COST taxpayers $414 million in lost revenue. And for what? So Democrats wouldn’t have to TALK ABOUT Obamacare?”

https://polination.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/shutdown-reality-check/

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10 responses to “Flashback: PN posts about the LAST shut down

  1. The video I did after that shutdown has earned more hits and was reposted more widely than almost any video I’ve ever done. I hope it’s okay that I embed it here. Seems appropriate. (Title link is to my website page, listing sources.)

    2013 Oct 13 Washington DC
    The march of Truth cannot be halted

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    • I like your choice of music!

      Another one I saw had the video of the barricades being carried away accompanied by “Do You Hear the People Sing” from Les Miserables, which was also very appropriate. 🙂

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      • I like your choice of music!

        Oh, yeah. IIRC, the music was about the last thing added, and really brought the whole collage together.

        Speaking of, this video was briefly flagged because someone said the music was theirs. I had to prove to YouTube that it was public domain U.S. Army Band!

        (This kind of claim must happen frequently – I had another video flagged for music use, when the only music was me playing “Shave and a Haircut – Two Bits” tune.)

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      Very moving! (And it was our 34th wedding anniversary.)

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  2. And, proving that the shutdown under Trump is, like, a brazillion times worse than the last one:
    (h/t rhennigantx on AoS)

    ‘Dear Lord, the screams’: Writers tell the harrowing tale of DC after the shutdown

    12:00am – Government shuts down
    12:01am – Saying “Merry Christmas” is illegal again…

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      In only 12 short months, the legacy of Obama’s presidency is best captured by the motto of a well-known disaster restoration company: “like it never even happened.” With the exception of a shrinking Obamacare and the CFPB, no significant initiative of the Obama administration remains in place. The near doubling of the federal debt during his eight-year presidency — from $10 trillion to $19 trillion — seems like a very high price to pay for such ephemeral results.

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