Obama Cited ‘Phony Scandals’ Again In Weekly Address

Nice Deb

Political InsidersPat Caddell, Doug Schoen, John LeBoutillier talk politics on  Fox News Sunday afternoons. Most Sundays the Insiders bash the “stupid party” aka the GOP for being AWOL on so many pressing issues that Republicans could win if they bothered to fight. This week, the panel seemed to conclude that the out of power Republicans are just as bad as the Democrats and with the media are working against the best interests of the people.

They started off the show with Obama’s weekly address where he cynically cited the “phony scandal” line again as boob bait for his bootlickers. Disgusting, but not surprising.

We have an economy with tepid economic growth, the labor market is low, the scandals are very serious as is the dysfunction in DC, Shoen said.   “The only asset the president has is Republican disarray”, he concluded.

After listening to a clip of Jay Carney…

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Southall Black Sisters Accuse Government Of ‘Racist’ Immigration Policies

~~Defender of Faith~Guardian of Truth~~

One of the women behind last week’s spontaneous protest against immigration enforcers has accused the government of “turning the clock back to the 1970s”.

Meena Patel is the operations manager of the Southall Black Sisters, who created a Youtube hit when they accosted two UK Border Agency officials in West London last week.

Does Manic Meena qualify as a ”Black Sister”?…I will grant there are a few ”token” blacks amongst the group but it would appear to consist of mainly ‘South Asians’… I am strongly inclined to regard them as a group of Muslim agitators.

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The original agenda and purpose of this group, which was established around 1979,was for the protection of ethinic minority women who were the victims of domestic violence…a noble cause,but I fear they have lost the…

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Citizen Tom

Dear Congressman Rob Wittman

Americans have a hard time realizing human beings are inherently not good. That is, when pushed hard enough, we will do what we should not do. In particular, we like to think “I am a good person,” but we are not. As Jesus said, only God is good. Only Jesus could completely resist temptation. So I suppose that explains this story in politico.

Lawmakers and staff can breathe easy — their health care tab is not going to soar next year.

The Office of Personnel Management, under heavy pressure from Capitol Hill, will issue a ruling that says the government can continue to make a contribution to the health care premiums of members of Congress and their aides, according to several Hill sources. (from here)

When even the folks who voted for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act find it unaffordable and seek protection, you…

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