Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America relish enjoy watching the credibility of the Steele dossier implode even further now that disreputable Clinton fixer Sid Blumenthal is being implicated for feeding information to Steele.  They also shake their heads as President Trump says he would love a government shutdown unless he gets his way on border security just weeks after Republicans successfully convinced Americans that funding the government should not be contingent upon passing an immigration bill.  And they have no problem honoring the U.S. military with a parade as President Trump wants to do, but Jim says there are more pressing national security concerns, including long-term funding and pay raises.

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  1. Dorrk Member
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    I’m with Trump on this one: let’s embrace the shut down.

    How much of the federal gov is affected by the shut down? Whatever the percent, let’s issue commensurate tax refunds to all payers of federal income tax, as long as the shut-down lasts.

    If we can make government shut-downs more popular, they can actually be used as leverage against D.C., who will have to start considering what programs they can live without.

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