Obama blames Boehner for keeping agencies closed


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members of Congress rally to call for an end to the partial federal government shut down  (Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images)
members of Congress rally to call for an end to the partial federal government shut down (Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images)
Updated: 10/03/2013 6:48 pm Published: 10/03/2013 6:11 pm


WASHINGTON - Day three of government shutdown leaves it's mark.  And President Barack Obama claims house speaker John Boehner is to blame for keeping federal agencies closed.

Boehner answers that President Obama is "steamrolling ahead"

With Obama and Boehner not seeing eye to eye and the nations debt situation still unresolved the shutdown continues to leave it's mark on the nation. In connection to the shutdown the AP reported - "The National Transportation Safety Board wasn't sending investigators to Tennessee to probe a deadly church bus crash that killed eight people and sent 14 others to the hospital. The Labor Department said it wouldn't release the highly anticipated September jobs report on Friday because the government remains shuttered."

A woman is also found dead after police chase and gunfire outside the capitol after attempting to driver her car through a white house barricade. 

President Obama and Congress continue to meet and discuss with United States Treasury Dept to find solution before the economy takes another nosedive. 




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