Gallagher’s survived the Great Depression, but not Obama’s ‘recovery’

One of the great and most historic steakhouses in New York City, Gallagher’s, will close its doors in January unless it can find a buyer. It survived the Great Depression, but could not make it through Obama’s recovery.

Gallagher’s sits just off Broadway and, as noted by the New York Times "is a shrine to the memory of long-gone prizefighters, jockeys and Runyonesque pillars of the show business firmament."

"NY’s Prime Steakhouse since 1927" may be no more.

Thank you, President Obama. Thank you, Harry Reid. Thank you, Nancy Pelosi. Thank you, Democrats everywhere. Please, take your "recovery" and be gone.

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