Americans are fed up with political deadlock, shutdown
Americans are fed up with the political deadlock in Washington and frustrated with how the federal government shutdown is interfering with everything from hunting season to weddings and even military funerals. The congressional approval rating dropped to 11 percent in a Gallup poll published Monday — just one point away from an all-time low hit last year. A whopping 70 percent of those surveyed by Gallup in the first few days of the budget impasse said the shutdown was a “major” problem or crisis, significantly higher than the 56 percent who thought so at the height of the last government shutdown in 1995.
The tearful brides whose weddings were cancelled after national parks were closed. The sportsmen locked out of wildlife refuges at the start of hunting season.
The desperate parents whose federally-funded day care centers were closed.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at CitizenSimilar Stories