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Amiguitos, que jodio esta el negrito

Mensaje por Pelayo » Mayo 14, 2013, 9:04 am

Washington IRS officials probed conservatives
Juliet Eilperin and Zachary A. Goldfarb
Effort scrutinizing groups not limited to Cincinnati branch, as first suggested.


Justice Dept. secretly obtained phone records of Associated Press journalists
Sari Horwitz
Move was part of a probe into the disclosure of classified information about a failed al-Qaeda plot.


Obama’s claim on when he called Benghazi attack an ‘act of terrorism’
Glenn Kessler
FACT CHECKER | President gets four Pinocchios for taking revisionist history a bit too far.
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Re: Amiguitos, que jodio esta el negrito

Mensaje por Cartagena » Mayo 14, 2013, 10:26 am

Que si no lo hace a la entrada lo hace a la salida.
[color=#4000BF]No es lo mismo estar jodido que estar jodiendo.[/color]

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Re: Amiguitos, que jodio esta el negrito

Mensaje por Pelayo » Mayo 14, 2013, 10:43 pm

Carolyn Kaster, File

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama seemed to lose control of his second-term agenda even before he was sworn in, when a school massacre led him to lift gun control to the fore. Now, as he tries to pivot from a stinging defeat on that issue and push forward on others, the president finds himself rocked by multiple controversies that are demoralizing his allies, emboldening his political foes and posing huge distractions for all.

It's unclear how long he will be dogged by inquiries into last year's deadly attack in Libya, the IRS targeting of tea party groups and now the seizure of Associated Press phone records in a leak investigation. But if nothing else, these episodes give new confidence and swagger to Republicans who were discouraged by Obama's re-election and their inability to block tax hikes as part of the Jan. 1 "fiscal cliff" deal.

Taken together, these matters will make it harder for the administration to focus on its priorities - racking up a few more accomplishments before next year's national elections.
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