April 08, 2011


It Would be the 18th Shutdown

NBC News: "In official parlance, they're called 'spending gaps,' a term the experts prefer to 'government shutdown,' because the government doesn't fully shut down. They've been imposed 17 times since 1976, the year Congress began its revised budgeting process."










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