Rep. John Boehner has it exactly right when he describes the Obamanomics Cap and Trade Bill as a pile of s—t.
By Molly K. Hooper
Posted: 06/27/09 09:22 PM [ET]
Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) had a few choice words about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) landmark climate-change bill after its passage Friday.
When asked why he read portions of the cap-and-trade bill on the floor Friday night, Boehner told The Hill, “Hey, people deserve to know what’s in this pile of s–t.”
Using his privilege as leader to speak for an unlimited time on the House floor, Boehner spent an hour reading from the 1200-plus page bill that was amended 20 hours before the lower chamber voted 219-212 to approve it. …Continue Reading
Larry Sinclair Still Truckin –
Larry Sinclair book, Update, June 27, 2009, BARACK OBAMA & LARRY SINCLAIR: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder?, Book ready for shipment
June 27, 2009 ·
I just spoke to Larry Sinclair about his new book, “ BARACK OBAMA & LARRY SINCLAIR: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder?” The book is ready to be shipped. The book can be ordered directly from Sinclair Publishing and there are multiple ordering and shipping options. Barnes & Noble will not have the book until later in July. Sinclair is urging small businesses to order by the carton at the wholesale price. I urge you to help get the word out and inform the general public about the real Barack Obama. Order a copy of the book for yourself and a friend or coworker….Continue Reading
“Let’s run it up the flagpole and see if anyone salutes it” –
General Petraeus has had these same concerns for years! Now a Anti-Israel, U.S. bashing, lazy, socialist is in the Oval Office.
Sun Jun 28, 2009 11:48am EDT
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Sitting in his small room in northern Baghdad, a pistol nearby and assault rifles stacked under the bed, Khalil Ibrahim is worried over Iraq’s future.
Six years after the U.S. invasion, Iraqis are contemplating the reality of life after a major milestone — Tuesday’s withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from urban centres.
Glancing at his seven-year-old son playing a war game on a computer in the corner, Ibrahim, a chain-smoking former military intelligence officer, said he has two main worries.
“Iran has good relations with our political parties. They run militias. If the U.S. troops complete their withdrawal, Iran will do whatever it wants in Iraq,” he said, scowling.
Shi’ite-ruled Iran is often accused of arming and funding Shi’ite militias who have killed Sunnis, a charge Tehran denies.
“Also, if the Americans pull out, al Qaeda will return,” Ibrahim said. He knows the Islamist militants better than most….Continue Reading
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