US government shutdown

As the United States of America face a government shutdown since the Congress has been unable or unwilling to pass a full annual budget or a continuing resolution and while the President seems powerless to take action in this matter, we ask ourselves lots of questions but apparently there is a lack of answers:

NASA has been deemed non-essential during the 2013 government shutdown.
NASA has been deemed non-essential during the 2013 government shutdown.
  • If the government has partially shut down, will the taxes be partially cut-down as well?
  • For how long can the government of “the most powerful country in the world” be shut down? Is this supposed to be acknowledged as some sign of that “utter” power?
  • If government is not providing non-essential services for budget reasons isn’t that a sign such services could be outsourced?
  • If money is the problem, should the President and those in top government positions take a cut in pay?
  • What is President Obama doing these days to commiserate with people affected by the shutdown?
Budget-related crisis? I don't eat it!
Budget-related crisis? I don’t eat it!

Anyhow, I was just wondering, you know? Maybe somebody has an interesting answer.

October 3rd, 2013.

TRC

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