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Published: Sunday, Sept. 29 2013 2:37 p.m. MDT

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ParkCityAggie
Park City, Ut

Is the headline of this article serious? Democrats are laughing all the way to the 2014 MT Elections with this one. Polls are pretty clear, most Americans blame only one party, especially after the Senate acted responsibly virtually across the board. Obama and the Senate don't have to do a thing, Oct. 1st comes and the affordable care act goes into place. The president will not do a thing to stop that from happening, and gets to watch the Republican party fight with each other over this, all while the majority of American people place blame in house of congress. It's a win win for Democrats.

TRUTH
Salt Lake City, UT

The only shutdown that the GOP will be responsible for is shutting down Obeammeupcare! Obama and the looney left will be responsible for shutting down the gov't !

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Will we continue to fund Obama's government with no limits, an open check book and credit cards or will we say enough is enough?

wYo8
Rock Springs, WY

let obamacare get implemented now. We will then see if this train wreck as Bacchus of Montana stated. If it is as good or as bad as claimed by our elected officials the we can hope that the good people of this country will take it upon themselves to hold the people responsible.

one vote
Salt Lake City, UT

The ACA is already funded. The subversive persons trying to obstruct the valid law should be arrested and impeached.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

@ one vote. Obamacare has not been funded at all. We will have to borrow an estimated $2 trillion each year to pay for it which is only an estimate given the millions who will choose not to pay into it. Too many takers, too few paying in is not "funded".

ute alumni
paradise, UT

1 vote
sounds like a great idea. arrest people that don't agree with you. typical liberal drivel

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