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Oh, here's the next great idea from the Republicans who aren't able to pass a "clean" continuing resolution and keep government and all its many parts moving at once.

No. They need to cut the government up into small easily digestible bites that they can swallow and digest,  one itty bitty piece at a time.

They think they might be up to allowing National Parks to remain open without upsetting their tummies and violating their ideologically driven shutdown. If we cut off a budget piece called  "National Parks" and buzz it around their little heads in a spoon -

"Look! It's the National Parks! Yellowstone! The Statue of Liberty! The WWII Veterans Memorial! They don't have anything to do with that nasty Obamacare - they're Nummy Nummy! You can open your mouths and eat this bit and it won't be bitter at all! There! All gone. Good Republicans! You funded something and it didn't violate your love of the Constitution or Freedom or the 2nd Amendment or your commitment to heterosexual marriage or provide contraception or anything! Yea! Republicans!"

And there you go - one piece of the Federal budget and only umpteen thousand to go in the GOP's fantastic new proposed procedure which is essentially a line item veto budget  for toddler Republicans who just can't eat a full plate of adult food.

Obama Would Veto House Republicans Partial Government Funding Bills

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