It's Now Seemingly Partisanship and Partisan Rage 24/7 In the U.S. of A

Gandelman, Joe
April 2010
Moderate Voice;4/14/2010, p9
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The article reports on the meeting that U.S. President Barack Obama called to discuss the issue on the financial overhaul legislation at the White House. It outlines that the meeting was due to the accusation of Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell that the overhaul bill of Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd is perpetuating bank bailouts, which Democrats deny. Topic also includes the plan of tea party leaders to create a citizen's militia in Oklahoma against improper federal infringements.


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