Sources tell MSNBCgspp that the GOP is up to no good... again.

Republicans attempted to fracture the Democratic caucus by posing as interest groups that donate to their campaigns. Suspicions arose after emails containing typos and grammatical errors arrived from usually very articulate supporters.

Perhaps the GOP should alter its recently proposed budget to invest more in education rather than slashing funding for elementary and secondary education grants. After all, it looks like some Republican members could use a remedial English class or two.
After rumors leaked that Democrats were working on the budget over Veterans' Day, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has confirmed as much in a statement released yesterday. According to one Democratic Senator on the Budget Committee, "at this critical juncture for America's future, we just don't think we can afford to take a day off."

No official word from Republicans about their Veterans' Day activities, but rumors suggest the only work done by them over the weekend involved setting up their automatic 'out of office' email replies.


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    November 2013