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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    IRS Inspector General: Not a Single Employee at the Cincinatti Office Will Say Who Ordered the Targeting
    IRS Inspector General: Not a Single Employee at the Cincinatti Office Will Say Who Ordered the Targeting
    It appears that people are afraid of repercussions from the Obama Crime Syndicate, just like they were legitimately paranoid about the Clinton Crime Syndicate. Dozens of people who opposed the Clintons died under mysterious circumstances.

    One Fox report said that people in the the Cincinnati office claim that the orders came from DC and they have proof, but no one has seen the proof thus far. People in that office are not happy about being thrown under the bus. Perhaps they are keeping that for insurance to assure that they keep breathing.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


  2. #32
    You can add this one

    Rove, Republicans Blast Obama's Choice of Rice for National Security Adviser
    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/sus...6/05/id/508210

  3. #33
    Yeah, that's great, Dear Leader Obama. I think it is a good idea to appoint someone who clearly lied about a national security issue to the position of National Security Advisory. That really helps to build faith in government. What's next?
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Yeah, that's great, Dear Leader Obama. I think it is a good idea to appoint someone who clearly lied about a national security issue to the position of National Security Advisory. That really helps to build faith in government. What's next?
    Glad you asked

    1. Radical Samantha Powers has been nominated to take over as the US Ambassador to the UN. samantha Powers is a protege of George Soros and married to Cass Sunstein, former "regulatory czar". (Glenn Beck has a lot to say about Cass Sunstein).

    2. State Department Spokesperson Victoria Nuland, who edited the "Benghazi talking points" has been promoted to be the assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs

    3. U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed by lethal injection by al-Qaeda.

    Abdallah Dhu-al-Bajadin, who was identified by U.S. officials as a weapons expert for al-Qaeda claims that slain U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed by lethal injection after plans to kidnap him during the deadly Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi went awry.

    A report by the State Department Accountability Review Board and an interim House report provided no cause of death for Stevens. The ambassador’s body was recovered by Libyans in the early hours of Sept. 12, 2012.
    Al-Qaeda Terrorist Makes Explosive Benghazi Claim: Amb. Chris Stevens Given Lethal Injection After Kidnapping Went Bad | TheBlaze.com

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    Jay Carney is getting pretty snarly over the legitimate questions that the press is starting to ask. He brazenly misrepresents the facts again in this press conference, and accuses others of misrepresentation. The rule of professional liars is to always accuse the other guy of lying.

    Ed Henry is a Fox reporter.



    I think Carney's days are numbered, but I have said that before. The White House is probably seeking a new professional liar to fill the role.

    Would anyone like the job of publicly defending the actions of the Obama Crime Network?
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Jay Carney is getting pretty snarly over the legitimate questions that the press is starting to ask. He brazenly misrepresents the facts one again in this press conference, and accuses others of misrepresentation.

    Ed Henry is a Fox reporter.

    I think Carney's days are numbered, but I have said that before. The White House is probably seeking a new professional liar to fill the role.

    Would anyone like the job of publicly defending the actions of the Obama Crime Network?
    Jim Carney is a PAID LAIR

    Ed Henry raised a good question. If Susan Rice is so informed, why would she go out and recite the edited "Benghazi Talking Points"?

  7. #37
    Scandal after scandal, that is really bad, it is sad that they do not lead by example.

    Report: Feds getting phone records of all Verizon customers - CBS News


    5 things you need to know about NSA phone tracking

    The revelation that the Obama administration is pursuing a massive surveillance program that tracks countless U.S. and international phone calls has brought privacy, spying and civil liberties right back into the spotlight.
    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/0...ing-92344.html

    Man! What a waste of money to track everybody, it seems like they have a huge problem of targeting the right intel...

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    Here's the latest Holder Headlines. The House Judiciary Committee and Speaker of the House Boehner need to start doing something. All their investigations are going nowhere.

    REPUBLICANS CALL HOLDER BACK TO HILL, DON'T ISSUE SUBPOENA
    Republican leaders on the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Holder requesting his presence on June 18 or another date before the end of the month.
    Republicans Call Holder Back to Hill, Don't Issue Subpoena

    Attorney General Eric Holder missed a deadline on Wednesday to explain his May 15 testimony before Congress
    Holder Misses Deadline to Explain Misleading Testimony

    Holder refuses to answer question from Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) if he knew whether federal agents had monitored the phones of members of Congress.
    Holder Refuses to Answer Whether DOJ Spied on Members of Congress

    VALERIE JARRETT: ERIC HOLDER'S GOING NOWHERE
    Valerie Jarrett: Eric Holder's Going Nowhere

  9. #39
    another one:

    Obama administration defends 2nd mass surveillance project | Fox News

    They should spend less money to a total surveillance, and spend more money to help and reducing taxes for employers hiring people here in US.

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    Lawmakers Deny Knowing About Cell Phone, Internet Tracking


    Congressional intelligence briefing sessions have not included details about President Barack Obama’s data-gathering programs, despite claims by the president that Congress approved the measures and “every member” knew about them, Republican Rep. Aaron Schock said.

    “I can assure you the phone number tracking of non-criminal, non-terrorist suspects was not discussed,” the Illinois lawmaker told Politico. “Most members have stopped going to their classified briefings because they rarely tell us anything we don’t already know in the news. It really has become a charade.”

    Responding to the furor over the National Security Agency’s data monitoring programs, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky introduced legislation Friday that requires a warrant be issued before any government agency can search phone records of Americans.

    Paul calls the revelation of the program to collect phone records of millions of Verizon customers “an astounding assault on the Constitution.”
    Lawmakers Deny Knowing About Cell Phone, Internet Tracking

    This revelation is going to dammage big time the confidence of the people in their governement.

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