Kate Upton Presents: The Week in Washington

America's top model relates recent political history through body movements, facial expressions
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It was a busy week in Washington, D.C., so the Washington Free Beacon has assembled this sensible but timely guide to the week’s events.

 

 

The Senate eased itself back in to its hyper-partisan fervor after its Presidents Day break.

Source: http://bit.ly/13qkAgo

Source: http://bit.ly/13qkAgo

Jack Lew fought off paper tigers to be confirmed as treasury secretary with fairly broad support (71-26).

Source: http://bit.ly/KF3H3l

Source: http://bit.ly/KF3H3l

Chuck Hagel endured a Republican filibuster to be confirmed as defense secretary despite a bloody confirmation process in which he was stabbed in the front and the back.

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Forty-one Republicans who love America voted against the confirmation.

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The biggest news was that Rand Paul voted in favor of Hagel.

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Sequestration welcomes us to March. Easter is also in March.

Source: Complex (http://bit.ly/145qqiW)

Source: Complex (http://bit.ly/145qqiW)

The Obama Administration released illegal immigrant detainees and blamed it on sequestration.

Source: Complex (http://bit.ly/13qn3aV)

Source: Complex (http://bit.ly/13qn3aV)

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan cried wolf, saying teachers were already receiving pink slips and that as many as 40,000 educators could be laid off…

Source: http://bit.ly/zfB6X9

Source: http://bit.ly/zfB6X9

…but the Washington Post put the Education Secretary in a clown suit.

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Credit: http://bit.ly/WtUAcL

Bob Woodward took aim at another White House and complained an Obama official told him he would “regret” writing a Washington Post op-ed critical of the administration.

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For two days afterward, smart people on Twitter showed how petty they were.

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Who knows what next week will bring?

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