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Either Lerner was encouraged to do this by the White House or they suggested it and she took the "initiative" to do it on her own. either way she is guilty. It might almost be worth granting immunity in exchange for her testimony, but then why should she? She knows that Obama will be signing a string of pardons in 2016 anyway. She will be among them. Nothing to see here. Moving on.... and on...and on... SOS.
Did anyone else notice that she said, "And the fact that we have not had a successful attack on our homeland since 9/11 should not be diminished." Doesn't that insult the reality of the Boston Marathon bombing? Sure, they identified that guys from photo surveillance, but if their system really worked they would have prevented this before it happened. Another outright lie by the useless bag of air.
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Thomas620 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 8:52 PM
Everything about the ACA, ENDA, and the other progressive efforts to provide special protections to their favorite voter group(s), is really about CONTROL. They need control of everything in order to destroy the current system and that starts with Faith, Marriage, and traditional values. Once faith is destroyed and God is declared by government to be dead, then government elevates itself to the position of God and people must place all their faith in government. The protected groups of voters will be thrown under the bus as soon as their value is expended and they are not needed any more. Those that accuse the Republican Party of being anti-woman because they don't think taxpayers should be required to pay for someone else's contraceptives or someone else's abortion that is necessitated by loose morals or laziness on their part are the most selfish of human beings and deserve no respect from anyone. The Republican Party is the only party that is trying to gain some semblance of control over the standards applied to abortion clinics...not because they are trying to shut them down (RINO's make up most of the Republican Party and they don't care if people get abortions) but to protect the health of those who patronize those clinics from becoming victims of another Philly abortion fiasco like the one that went to trial last year. Republicans are the ones responsible for the Civil Rights Act being passed in the 60s. The progressives have no compunction about lying through their teeth as needed in order to advance their agenda. While Republicans are nowhere near perfect, the progressives have painted them with a totally false brush...this should be condemned in the strongest terms. With regard to requiring pregnancy coverage for men under the ACA, this is nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt at redistribution of wealth. Nothing to do with healthcare at all...just more of the same.
Wait until all the people who used to hunt in CA stop hunting and the coyotes and wolves and bears start to overrun the place. They will be begging for hunters. The people hurt by these animals when they become too plentiful should have an excellent case against the state for negligent wildlife management practices. Irown was just as stupid when he was governor in the 70s. Most likely he has gotten worse as his gray matter atrophied on left wing propaganda over the past 30 years. Sad. I voted in the election that passed the infamous Proposition 13 in 1978, and then got the heck out of the state as soon thereafter as possible.
Just misinformed and nobody forces veterans to use that system other than by coersion $$$$
Charity is a voluntary act that cannot be included in the coersive theft of one person's money to the benefit of another. There is a major difference that has nothing to do with what Jesus taught, so get lost with the atheistic arguments that we, as Christians, are not helping the poor and downtrodden. Christians, as a group, donate more time, effort, and money to helping the poor than all the liberal, socialists regardless of affiliation. The problem with liberals and progressives and socialists is that they are fighting to support a proven failure of policy. Everywhere it has ever been tried socialism/communism has failed. Sooner or later, those who work get tired of having their money stolen by govt and then where will u b?
Putting gun owners in a federal database is what progressives and leftist socialists have been pushing for years. That is the key to knowing which homes to hit when the confiscation law is passed. When Cuomo and all the other gun control idiots wake up to the fact that hunting is not the reason for the 2nd Amendment. The 2nd Amendment has only one purpose and that is to deter the government from getting too big and too restrictive of personal freedom. The past 100 years has seen a slow but steady erosion of the 2nd Amendment - Firearms Act of 1934, Gun Control Act of 1968, Brady Bill, etc.. What is incomprehensible is what the legislature is thinking. What part of SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED do they not understand?
Senators was against reprealing A 17. How ridiculous is that? Repealing A 17 would do more for stopping the federal government better than all the individual nullifications could ever do. And that is coming from a STAUNCH CONSERVATIVE!
The level of education and characteristics of the lack of education received by people and the amount of inattention or downright stupidity among voters is insane today. Anyone who has spent a small amount of time reading or studying the Constitution knows that the purpose of the House was to be the people's voice and the purpose of the Senate wao represent the states in an effort to control the power of the federal government. When that Amendment was passed during Wilson's Presidency, the country started downhill toward an overpowering federal government and it has not stopped for more than a few brief periods. How can the states adequately control the federal government without representation in Congress? Even one of our State...
While nullification serves a purpose, so does having the Senate appointed by the states. In a recent meeting in our county to discuss the state party platform for 2012, Repealing Amendment 17 received little support with one committee member expressing outrage at the idea that anyone would suggest that "my Senator" be appointed by the legislature and that "right" be taken away from the public. to be continued ...
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