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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- first two years.
A serious message for President Obama for his latest attack on the economy in terms that which came in the form of his sweeping -- proposals that this week.
And new fuel efficiency standards for cars there's new money for Solyndra -- project there's new attempts to shut down coal plants.
All of this is going to have a terrible effect on the economy -- if the president.
-- half as much interest and passion and things that would help all of those out of work the economy might be getting some more.
All right -- Another serious miss -- Susan Rice the outgoing United States ambassador to the United Nations who.
In leaving the UN denounce that body for which he said was the disgrace.
Of its performance.
On Syria saying that history would judge the UN harshly.
It's funny that she should denounce the UN for doing nothing about Syria when it's her own administration that has been leading.
In doing leading from behind it in doing actually nothing to stop the bloodletting -- -- -- And I have amassed -- Sander Levin the ranking Democrat on the house Ways and Means Committee -- this week suggested.
That hey there was no political bias when IRS tried to slow -- hundreds of conservative groups because the word progressive.
Appeared on one look out list and at some liberal groups may have been -- to.
I think Democrats are trying to make this story go away -- and it's not really working so progressives really were not as students targeted as the others.
All right that's it for this week's show thanks to my panel and all of you for watching be sure to follow us on Twitter at -- on at fancy I'm -- to go hope to see you -- right here.
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