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But now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
The US Supreme Court appears to have gotten -- PR boost.
Following the health care law hearings -- news and reports 41% of likely US voters now rate the highest -- performance as good or excellent.
That's up thirteen points from mid march when public approval for the court.
Was at an all time lot.
The General Services Administration or GSA is dealing with more bad publicity stemming from that Las Vegas conference that cost nearly a million dollars.
Additional videos have surfaced that were part of an employee talent show company to it competition between.
Take a listen to the sound of your tax dollars hard work.
-- G and plus me and have a GA tour and yeah.
Meanwhile the Obama administration is pointing the finger at its predecessors saying if bush era officials.
At reined in spending it GSA.
The Vegas debacle could have been avoided.
The former GSA head under President Bush blasted that assertion.
Saying this administration is trying to divert attention from its own scandal.
Finally I know Republican senator Chuck Grassley is a prolific Tweeter.
This weekend one of -- -- tweets mentioning President Obama sparked criticism on the left.
Quote constituents asked why am not outraged -- president oh attack.
On Supreme Court independence because American people are not stupid as this ex professor of and law.
-- office defended the -- -- a constitutional law professor should understand Marbury vs Madison.
Meanwhile the 78 year -- frequent typos and poor grammar led the legal times to ask -- the cause.
Grassley in part blamed auto correct on his iPhone as well as his aversion to typing asked if he has thought about having staff member control his account.
I haven't although I'm sure my staff --
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