Too juvenile to govern

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/1/2013, p13
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The article focuses on the U.S. Republican Party. It states that the country doesn't need gamesmanship and diversion which the party is trying to achieve. It mentions that for four years Republicans did not let Democrats approve a budget, which is one of the basic duties of the government. It highlights that Republican Darrell Issa and his colleagues are embarrassing themselves by trying to pull down the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama.


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